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ASUCR discusses university budget management, declares solidarity with AFSCME during strike

On Wednesday, Oct. 23, ASUCR held its fifth meeting of the quarter at 6:33 p.m. During the approval of the agenda, CHASS Senator Julian Gonzalez...

ASUCR passes resolution to make Election Day a holiday

ASUCR is working on creating Student Democracy Day, a day aimed to institutionalize Midterm Election Day as an official school holiday of civic service,...

ASUCR approves new Judicial Council, dorm additions in the works

The fourth ASUCR senate meeting of the quarter took place on Wednesday, Oct. 17 in HUB 221 at 6:30 p.m. in order to discuss...

Students cautious yet motivated about midterm voting

Two years after the election of President Donald Trump, the midterm elections are once again slated to take place nationally. The midterm elections, held...

ASUCR reviews members of staff and committees, elects new BCOE senator...

ASUCR held their second meeting of the fall quarter at 6:35 p.m. last Wednesday, Oct.10. The Senate discussed the appointment of a new BCOE...

ASUCR holds first meeting of the quarter, CNAS vacancy filled

ASUCR held its first meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, Oct. 3, and started the quarter off by filling the vacant CNAS senator position...

Personal freedom: Is Iran our new moral standard?

Corrupt autocracy. Theocratic oppression. Legal and illegal organ markets. If this description screamed “Iran” at you, you’d be correct. Recently, investigative work by the...

Alumni Spotlight: Reyna Harvey

My name is Reyna Harvey. Last month, I completed a fall 2015 internship at the White House. Working in the White House was an...

Vaccinations and your government

In a recent interview with NBC News, President Barack Obama declared his stance on the now decades-old controversy over the dangers of disease vaccination....

UC Riverside feels ripple effects of government shutdown

For the first time since 1996, the United States government was forced to shut down temporarily after Congress failed to agree on a spending...