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ASUCR Elections Committee conducts a remote elections week

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the campus closure, this year's ASUCR elections moved to a completely remote election week. Students received a personalized...

ASUCR votes to push back voting week to April 27 through...

The second ASUCR meeting of spring quarter took place on April 8 via Zoom.  During Committee Reports, ASUCR Elections...

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

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,...

The results are in! Cole elected 2018 ASUCR president

Written by Myles Andrews-Duve and Andreas Rauch Semi Cole was elected president of the ASUCR for the 2018-19 academic year on Monday in a culmination...

ASUCR hosts town hall on 2018 referenda

Potential voters in the 2018 ASUCR elections were given an opportunity to learn more about the various referenda on the ballot in a town...

Results are in: ASUCR elects speak on 2017-18 goals

On Wednesday, May 3, the 2017-18 ASUCR elections results were announced in the senate chambers by Elections Director Marcy Kuo a little after 12...

Elections results announced after three-week conflict

At 3 p.m. Monday, May 9, students gathered at the Bell Tower to hear the names of the newly elected ASUCR representatives. After a...

ASUCR: Controversial Kappa Sigma resolution fails to receive a single vote

Vincent Ta/HIGHLANDER At the ASUCR senate meeting, which convened in the Tartan and Tweed Room at the Student Special Services building on Wednesday, May 11,...

Over $10,000 spent on elections

The ASUCR Elections Committee spent over $10,000 to promote campaigning and events regarding elections. In addition, party finances — funds individual parties used to...

Editorial: ASUCR Endorsements

UCR is giving students the opportunity to do something that we all attend college for: To make a difference for the future. While it may...