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The sixth ASUCR meeting saw the efficient delivery of multiple reports and passage of...

The Associated Students of UCR’s sixth meeting was called to order on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021 in the ASUCR Senate Chamber. All senators were present, excluding senators Martinez and Akel. Motions to modify the...

The fifth ASUCR meeting marked by two special elections and a visit from a...

The Associated Students of UCR’s fifth meeting was called to order on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021 in the ASUCR Senate Chamber. All senators were present, excluding senators La and Alba. Motions to approve the...

The fourth ASUCR meeting saw a review of new legislation and judicial nominations.

The Associated Students of UCR’s fourth meeting was called to order on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021 in the ASUCR Senate Chamber. All senators were present, excluding senators Vu, Aparcio and Kiroloss. The meeting agenda...

ASUCR’s second senate meeting marked by a visit from the chancellor, vice chancellor and...

The Associated Students of UCR’s second meeting was called to order on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 at 6:31 p.m. in the ASUCR Senate Chamber. All Senators were present, excluding senators Vasquez, Alva, Garcia and...

ASUCR Senate Meeting saw the approval of many resolutions that favor students’ needs.

The Associated Students of UCR held their first open Senate meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in the ASUCR Senate Chamber. The meeting began with the standard procedure of a call...

ASUCR guide

  What does ASUCR do for you? ASUCR represents all undergraduates as the official student government on campus. As such, The Highlander aims to use this guide to inform the student population of their purpose and...

ASUCR 2020-2021 recap

October 2020  ASUCR debated on a number of constitutional amendments and resolutions in their first meeting on Oct. 12. For instance, CA-F20-002 was proposed to reform the amendment process of the ASUCR Constitution. The bill...

ASUCR’s Student Voice Committee completes their second case study

ASUCR’s Student Voice Committee conducted their second case study following the success of their first one conducted in March. The committee's overall goal is to amplify student voices at UCR and to ensure that...

ASUCR’s final meeting marked with a protest walkout

On Wednesday, June 2, ASUCR held their final meeting of the spring quarter and of the school year. Due to a walkout protest, the meeting was extended to three hours. CHASS senators Christopher Kent...

ASUCR passes bill meant to increase protections and provide for family housing for student-parents...

On Jan. 27, ASUCR held their fourth meeting of the quarter where they discussed the revocation of UCR’s federal designation as a Hispanic Serving Institute (HSI), an update on ASUCR’s Black Lives Matter donation...