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ASUCR fails to meet their own bylaw for tabling

According to Chapter 20 of the Senate Accessibility and Transparency Act, ASUCR is required to table every Wednesday at the Bell Tower. ASUCR, however,...

Author of judicial council amendment strikes proposal

The second ASUCR meeting of the quarter took place on Wednesday, April 10 and began at 6:36 p.m. During the approval of the agenda,...

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...

Special election fills vacant CNAS senatorial seat

The new ASUCR senators held a special election on Tuesday May, 22 in order to determine the unfilled CNAS senatorial seat. After all 17...

Legal action being pursued against colleges allegedly suppressing free speech

Across the country, colleges are allegedly suppressing the free speech of their students, according to the national student Libertarian organization Young Americans for Liberty...

ASUCR proposes constitution overhaul

ASUCR passed a series of constitutional amendments at last week’s senate meeting that they hope will be ratified by students during the 2015 elections....