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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’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...

ASUCR passes bill meant to increase protections and provide for family...

On Jan. 27, ASUCR held their fourth meeting of the quarter where they discussed the revocation of UCR’s federal designation as a Hispanic Serving...

Individuals can’t consume their way out of climate change, governments and...

Weeks ago, the skies around the West Coast took on a surreal glow as smoke from wildfires blazed throughout the region. Photos of smoky...

ASUCR passes bill that would require any proposed stipend increases take...

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, ASUCR held their eighth senate meeting of the quarter.  During Public Forum, Amanda Riggle, a...

ASUCR hosts Congressman Mark Takano to discuss public service, higher education...

On Friday, Feb. 21, ASUCR’s External Affairs office hosted California Congressman and UCR alumni Mark Takano at Bannockburn J-102 for a discussion...

Newly elected ASUCR president pro tempore discusses goals and plans

On Wednesday, Jan. 22, ASUCR held a special elections to fill the vacant president pro tempore position after the former president pro tempore, Preeti...

ASUCR public policy senator and president pro tempore publicly resigns at...

On Wednesday, Jan. 8, ASUCR held their second meeting of the quarter. At the start of the meeting, Public Policy Senator and President Pro Tempore...

Former president pro tempore and public policy senator discusses her resignation

On Wednesday, Jan. 8, Preeti Juturu, ASUCR president pro tempore and public policy senator publicly resigned at the ASUCR meeting. During the meeting she...

Singapore’s fake news law has free speech activists worried, but only...

Free speech advocates in Singapore had quite a scare this month over the country’s newly established “fake news” law. The Protection from Online Falsehoods...