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ASUCR approves senate chambers renovations as well as office remodel

On Wednesday, Oct. 2, ASUCR held their first meeting of the quarter. The meeting began with an official swearing in ceremony that all of the senators and executive cabinet members present participated in. After the...

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 event to educate students on public and campus safety

On June 6 from 2:30-4:30 p.m., UCR’s Campus Safety Alliance and ASUCR Internal Affairs Committee hosted a public campus safety forum. A presentation on campus and public safety tips was provided along with lunch...

Students received complimentary gold parking during finals week

In collaboration with Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS), ASUCR provided students with complimentary gold parking during finals week. Students were able to receive a complimentary gold parking permit. Lots 26, 30 and 32 were...

ASUCR votes to transition two CHASS senators to the School of Public Policy and...

During the ASUCR meeting on Wednesday May 29, the newly elected senate began their term after the conclusion of the 2018-19 senate members’ last meeting. During new business, Abigail Cortes, the newly elected executive vice...

ASUCR elects three new positions during special elections

On May 29 ASUCR held special elections in the ASUCR Senate Chambers beginning at 8:35 p.m. to fill the president pro tempore, marketing and promotions director and elections director positions vacancies. After the ninth ASUCR...

ASUCR senators question the STEM High School plan in their last meeting as senators

On May 29, the ninth ASUCR senate meeting of the quarter began at 6:35 p.m. This was the last meeting for senators who served in the 2018-2019 school year. The new senate-elect officially sat...

“I hope my presidency will transform ASUCR for the betterment of the student body.”...

In an interview with the Highlander, Julian Gonzalez, the newly elected ASUCR president for the 2019-2020 school year discussed his hopes for his future as ASUCR president. Gonzalez is currently a third-year political science major....

ASUCR hosts Ted x Talk on the global perspectives of students at UCR

On May 29 ASUCR held a Ted Talk event about global perspectives at 6:30 p.m. in HUB 265. With the aid of ASUCR President Semi Cole, the event was hosted by the chair of...

ASUCR revises two chapters in bylaws

The eighth ASUCR Senate meeting of the quarter started at 6:37 p.m. on May 22. Elections Director Laura Pullen submitted new revisions for the chapter seven bylaw regarding the elections code. Pullen’s motive for revision...