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ASUCR passes resolution to make Election Day a holiday

ASUCR is working on creating Student Democracy Day, a day aimed to institutionalize Midterm Election Day as an official school holiday of civic service, ensuring UCR students a day off on the day of...

ASUCR passes next year’s budget; fails to appoint new justice

In the final ASUCR meeting of the year, the senate did not appoint prospective judicial justice candidate Sung Kim and voted on proposed changes to ASUCR’s 2016-2017 budget. At the beginning of the meeting, during...

[OUR]Voice candidates banned; Elections results postponed

The ASUCR Elections Committee has disqualified the Voice party after receiving multiple violations. Following a Monday meeting between ASUCR representatives and campus administration, elections results will be postponed until May 8 to grant candidates...

ASUCR discusses elections code changes, senate transparency and judicial council

ASUCR’s fourth senate meeting of the quarter occurred on Wednesday, Feb. 8 in the senate chambers. The meeting introduced numerous changes to the elections code, such as GPA requirements for officials, and measures to...

Inside ASUCR’s battle over controversial judicial ruling

This past week, varying contingents within ASUCR executed a series of actions that could hold a significant impact on April’s upcoming 2017-18 elections. As we reported two weeks ago, during the quarter’s second state of...

ASUCR approves new Judicial Council, dorm additions in the works

The fourth ASUCR senate meeting of the quarter took place on Wednesday, Oct. 17 in HUB 221 at 6:30 p.m. in order to discuss current affairs and vote on the three nominations to fill...

ASUCR leads diversity council for Costo Hall departments

Senators unanimously passed a bylaw chapter (XXVI) to establish a 12-member diversity council under the oversight of ASUCR to advance UCR’s Principles of Community — guiding campus principles that seek to create a safe...

ASUCR engages in heated debate over potential constitutional amendments

ASUCR held its first meeting of the Spring quarter on Wednesday, April 3 at 6:30 pm. After roll call and approval of the previous meeting’s minutes, the meeting started with the Chief Justice of...

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...

Judicial council hears cases on elections violations and elections director’s suit against ASUCR president

The ASUCR Judicial Council met for the third time since the beginning of spring quarter on Thursday, April 27 in the senate chambers, with the meeting beginning at 5:14 p.m. The meeting began with the...