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“I didn’t want to believe it wasn’t true”: Voting software mishap causes controversy

ASUCR’s 2018 elections garnered controversy last week when the turnout rate was drastically overestimated in a programming glitch. This program, built by BCOE Senator Patrick Le, a fourth-year computer science major, was meant to track how many...

Admin calls for ASUCR executive director oversight

In a letter addressed to ASUCR executive cabinet officials (ECAB) on Oct.19, 2015, UCR Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox provided instruction for the student government to transfer oversight of ASUCR’s executive director from ECAB to...

Spillover of ASUCR elections controversies

In a lecture hall packed with over 100 students, candidates from PAC: Pride, Action, Change and CR expressed discontent with the judicial decision that allowed Voice to return from disqualification and dominate this year's...

ASUCR senate discusses possible gender studies requirement

The ASUCR senate’s fourth general meeting of the quarter convened in the senate chambers shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17. The bulk of the brief meeting was given over to fourth-year political...

ASUCR discusses Costo Hall referendum

The first ASUCR senate meeting of winter quarter commenced in HUB 221 on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at 6:30 p.m. The senators briefly discussed ASUCR’s open house next Wednesday, Jan. 17, which is intended to provide...

WATCH LIVE: ASUCR votes on second divestment resolution

The ASUCR senate is currently voting on a controversial divestment resolution. Follow the events live on our YouTube page at UCRChannelH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8mR8dSQ5qA&feature=share  

ASUCR: R’Pantry bylaws receive criticism, acting executive vice president presentations

The ASUCR meeting held on Wednesday yielded comments at the public forum segment about edits made last week to a clause in the ASUCR bylaws which handles R’Pantry implementation and the Diversity Council. Acting...

ASUCR hosts first free ramen and study lounge session

On May 16, ASUCR hosted a new study session program for all students called “Use Your Noodle.” The study session lasted from 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in HUB 367. The program gave out...

ASUCR: GSA calls for lower SRC summer fee

UCR graduate students who want more affordable access to the Student Recreation Center (SRC) over summer are pushing for a decrease in the $80 summer membership fee. President of UCR’s Graduate Student Association, Shawn Ragan,...

Elections committee unveils parties’ campaign spending

Welcoming the week of student government elections, the ASUCR Elections Committee released the preliminary finances of each political party running, revealing that candidates from Voice contributed the most. The Elections Code does not require...