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Elections Guide: Candidates and Voting Process

Introduction: The Associated Students of the University of California, Riverside serve to represent the students and address their needs and concerns. This year’s elections will...

ASUCR 2021 candidates announced

On Wednesday, March 31, ASUCR held their first meeting of spring quarter where they discussed updates to the upcoming ASUCR Elections and passed a...

ASUCR senators provide updates on the affairs of CHASS

On March 3, ASUCR’s CHASS senators met with the Interim Dean of CHASS Juliet McMullin to discuss budget cuts, classroom density for fall 2021,...

ASUCR polishes up Elections Code in preparation for 2021 Elections

With ASUCR elections right around the corner, ASUCR is patching up discrepancies within their Elections Code and gearing up for spring quarter. The ninth ASUCR...

UCR Academic Senate strikes down proposal to convert the business administration...

On Feb. 23, UCR’s Academic Senate struck down a proposal to convert the business administration major from a two-year upper division major to a...

A rocky start to college led me to UCR — my...

From the moment I stepped onto UC San Diego’s (UCSD) campus, I did not feel the butterflies that I thought I was supposed to...

Performing Arts Support and Access Fee Referendum seeks to provide funding...

On Wednesday, Feb. 5, ASUCR approved the Performing Arts Support and Access (PASA) Fee Referendum to be voted on by the University...

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...

“Fun Fact Friday Initiative” passed despite pushback by ASUCR’s Marketing Committee,...

ASUCR held its eighth meeting of the quarter last Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 6:40 p.m. This was a “State of the Association” meeting, where...

Consumerism meets technology: M.T. Anderson discusses the dangers of innovation

When M.T. Anderson wrote “Feed” in 2001, he did not expect his predictions about smartphone culture to come true. Almost two decades later, Anderson’s...