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ASUCR senate approves GCAP projects, amends elections code

The sixth and final ASUCR senate meeting of spring quarter convened at approximately 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday, May 31 in the senate chambers. The...

Results are in: ASUCR elects speak on 2017-18 goals

On Wednesday, May 3, the 2017-18 ASUCR elections results were announced in the senate chambers by Elections Director Marcy Kuo a little after 12...

ASUCR votes on appointments at special elections meeting

  In an hour-long special elections meeting held in the senate chambers at 5 p.m. on Monday, May 23, ASUCR convened to hold its inaugural...

Senatorial debates kick off ASUCR elections

A crowd of approximately 45 people came to support candidates running for ASUCR senate, with political party members from Voice; PAC: Pride, Action, Change...

Editorial: R’Elections reflect on us

The Associated Students of UCR (ASUCR) elections are coming up in the first week of spring quarter, meaning that there will soon be campaigns...

ASUCR: Senators approve changes in Elections Code

With student government elections only months away, ASUCR unanimously passed revisions to the Elections Code, such as adding gender-inclusive language. In addition, a proposal...

ASUCR: Judicial appointments spark transparency debate

The Judicial Council represents the legal branch of the senate, enforcing the constitutionality of ASUCR’s bylaws and addressing reported complaints, whether in regards to...

LGBT anti-discrimination bill passes US Senate

The U.S. Senate voted in favor of a bill entitled Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) on Nov. 7, which prohibits employers from making employment decisions,...

How does the new student loan bill affect students?

More than 38 million Americans currently have outstanding student loan debt that amounts to nearly $1 trillion. About 85 percent of that total comes...

Editorial: Separation of powers among ASUCR must be absolute

There was once a time when UCR students couldn’t even elect their own student body president. Only senators were directly elected, and those senators...