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ASUCR guide

  What does ASUCR do for you? ASUCR represents all undergraduates as the official student government on campus. As such, The Highlander aims to use this...

ASUCR 2020-2021 recap

October 2020  ASUCR debated on a number of constitutional amendments and resolutions in their first meeting on Oct. 12. For instance, CA-F20-002 was proposed to...

ASUCR’s Student Voice Committee completes their second case study

ASUCR’s Student Voice Committee conducted their second case study following the success of their first one conducted in March. The committee's overall goal is...

ASUCR’s final meeting marked with a protest walkout

On Wednesday, June 2, ASUCR held their final meeting of the spring quarter and of the school year. Due to a walkout protest, the...

2020-2021 Year in Review

UCR’s 2020-2021 school year has been anything but uneventful. From continuous COVID-19 restrictions to extreme budget cuts, the university community has had to face...

ASUCR’s ninth meeting prepares to finish off the year by updating...

On Wednesday, May 26, ASUCR held their ninth meeting of the quarter.  The California Public Interest Group kicked off the meeting by providing their year...

ASUCR releases statement in support of Palestinian students, staff and faculty

On Monday, May 17, ASUCR released a statement affirming their support for Palestinian students, faculty and staff at UCR in addition to all those ...

ASUCR advocates for fair trade and diverse food options for students

On Wednesday, May 12, ASUCR held their weekly senate meeting. President Pro Tempore Orlando Cabalo presented SR-S21-009 UC Riverside Fair Trade & Labor Resolution....

ASUCR discusses proposed tuition increases by the UC Regents and changes...

On Wednesday, May 5, ASUCR held their sixth meeting of the quarter as well as their monthly State of the Association. Vice President of...

Hundreds of students rally in support of guests at UCR’s 2021...

ASUCR held its sixth meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, April 28 where they discussed legislation related to UCR’s admission requirements, student advocacy for...