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ASUCR approves R’Gear allocation, approves nomination of new judicial council members, Deletion of We...

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, ASUCR held their sixth meeting of the quarter. During New Business, ASUCR President Julian Gonzalez presented his three nominees for the judicial council. The three students are: Cindy Gutierrez, who is...

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...

New CHASS senator has high hopes for the future of ASUCR

Nelson Huerta has been hired to fill the recently vacant CHASS senatorial seat after the previous senator, Itzel Heraldez Rojo, stepped down for reasons unknown. Huerta is a third-year double major in sustainability studies...

ASUCR awards first senator of the month, EVP announces CNAS senator vacancy

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, ASUCR held its fifth meeting of the quarter. During public forum, Rich Davis, a Riverside community member, spoke about his concerns on the STEM high school that is being built on...

Chancellor Wilcox and VCSA Haynes address concerns over commencement changes at ASUCR meeting

On Oct. 23, ASUCR held their fourth meeting of the quarter. Chancellor Kim Wilcox and Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs (VCSA) Brian Haynes addressed the concerns many students had regarding the proposed commencement changes that...

Office of Event Management & Protocol announces commencement changes during ASUCR meeting

On Wednesday Oct. 16, ASUCR held its third meeting of fall quarter. During the meeting, Christine Mata, the dean of students and the vice chancellor of student affairs and Jorge Ancona, the assistant vice chancellor...

ASUCR open house welcomes students to meet ASUCR members

ASUCR hosted an open house event on Friday, Oct. 18, starting at 9 a.m. at the ASUCR office for people to come meet and speak with their representatives. ASUCR gave free doughnuts, candy, coffee...

ASUCR votes to continue with plans for an office remodel and senate chamber renovation

On Oct. 9, ASUCR held its second meeting of the quarter. The meeting was called to order at 6:45 p.m. At the beginning of the meeting, Maurice Armstrong, a BCOE senator, motioned to amend the...

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...