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Editorial: Behind the veil of ASUCR

This week students get to have their say over who represents them on the ASUCR Senate. The decisions we make can have huge implications...

New polling sites for spring elections and exploring campus culture

Senators delivered reports on the upcoming ASUCR spring elections and systemwide campus climate survey on Feb. 13 in the Senate Chambers. Other notable topics...

UCR hosts early voting polls, voter registration for campus community

Approximately 65 voters from the UC Riverside community participated in last week’s early voting for the June primary election. The prospect of having future...

ASUCR considers banning off-campus campaigning

During last week’s ASUCR senate meeting and internal elections, senators discussed an unprecedented ban on off-campus campaigning and voted on the next ASUCR executive...

Editorial: Senatorial elections mired in laptopping controversy

Last week, the UCR community learned that several representatives of the ASUCR political party CR were caught using their laptops to campaign outside of...

[YOU]CR party sweeps ASUCR elections, but with controversy

ASUCR elections have concluded with the passage of all three referenda items—ASUCR constitutional substitution, ASPB fee referendum and theater free referendum—and all 20 senate...

ASUCR candidates gain exposure from public debates

The themes of transparency, accountability and awareness were among the most prominent discussion points during last week’s ASUCR debates at the Bell Tower. Nearly...

Editorial: ASUCR senatorial elections in need of reform

A fair and accessible democratic process is essential to the success of any legitimate governing body.  It is the only way to ensure that...

Editorial: 2012 Referenda endorsements

This week, the Editorial Board will be weighing in on the referenda to be voted on by the UCR student population in the upcoming...

ASUCR update

During last week’s ASUCR senate meeting on March 8, ASUCR President Stephen Lee announced that a resolution would be made in condemnation of the...