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Judicial council overturns decision that ruled that candidates elected in special elections were considered...

On June 7, the ASUCR Judicial Council petitioner filed a case regarding the eligibility of the candidates of the special elections that took place on May 29, 2019. The Judicial Council initially found that...

ASUCR hosts a focus group to brainstorm alternative plans for commencement

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, ASUCR hosted a commencement focus group in order to allow students to brainstorm alternative locations for commencement. Commencement will tentatively be taking place at the Toyota Arena in Ontario. The event...

ASUCR Special Elections recalls controversies

The new ASUCR elected senate held a public meeting regarding the appointment of the vice president of finance and president pro-tempore, with the votes being made through a closed ballot. During the meeting, issues...

ASUCR appoints new chief justice

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21, ASUCR held their twelfth senate meeting of the academic year in the senate chambers, HUB 221. ASUCR President Aram Ayra presented his nomination for chief justice...

ASUCR passes resolution of no confidence in UC Regents

The fourth ASUCR senate meeting was called to order on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 6:16 p.m. with five members of the senate present at the time. Quorum was met at 6:40 p.m. Once quorum...

ASUCR: HUB referendum to be on ballot, judicial council orders stay of vacancy

On Wednesday, March 2, 2016, the ASUCR senate met to discuss amending the Highlander Union Building (HUB) Expansion Referendum and the removal of the interim Vice President of External Affairs. Vice President of Finance Shafi...

Presidential debates conclude ASUCR campaigns

Intense cheers arose throughout the audience of 40 packed with supporters from the political parties Voice and PAC: Pride, Action, Change at the ASUCR presidential debates. Presidential candidates President Pro Tempore Devin Plazo from...

ASUCR resolution absolves roles in last year’s controversies

Last week’s ASUCR senate meeting saw the passage of a “Resolution in Support of Upholding Due Process, Justice and Separation of Powers in the ASUCR.” This resolution is intended to clarify the events of...

ASUCR discusses future of UCR food security, moves to reduce meal plan cost

The sixth ASUCR meeting of the Fall quarter occurred Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 6:36 p.m. to discuss current efforts made by student organizations to increase student voter turnout, approve bylaw resolutions drafted to improve...

ASUCR holds special elections to fill undergraduate sustainability director vacancy

On Wednesday, Nov. 13, ASUCR held a special election to fill the undergraduate sustainability director vacancy. Olenka Graham-Castaneda, the previous undergraduate sustainability director, stepped down for reasons unknown. During Public Forum, BCOE Senator Maurice Armstrong,...