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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Full steam ahead for R’Gear: Executive veto struck down by ASUCR Judicial Council

R’Gear earned a victory in the ASUCR Judicial Council late Tuesday afternoon as the justices overturned an executive veto, allowing the project to continue, according to the majority opinion delivered by Justice Peter Haddad....

ASUCR cabinet members veto $35,000 R’Gear expense

Beginning a tense meeting, ASUCR President Aram Ayra announced that he and two other Executive Cabinet (ECAB) members, Vice President of External Affairs Johnathan Li and Executive Vice President Carisha Moore, vetoed the finance...

ASUCR approves $35,000 allocation for R’Gear

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, ASUCR senators voted to pass a $35,285.45 expenditure to fund R’Gear by a vote of 9-3-1. Started by 2014-15 ASUCR President Nafi Karim, the program is now considered a tradition...

ASUCR appoints new chief justice

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21, ASUCR held their twelfth senate meeting of the academic year in the senate chambers, HUB 221. ASUCR President Aram Ayra presented his nomination for chief justice...

First candidates for ASUCR 2018 elections announced

On Wednesday, Feb. 14, ASUCR held their 11th senate meeting of the academic year in HUB 221. Elections Director Taylor Brown announced the names of those set to run for an ASUCR position in the...

ASUCR: Chief of staff nominee accused of sexual misconduct

Sammie Ayoub, a third-year political science and international affairs major, was at the center of a highly contentious discussion at the ASUCR senate meeting last Wednesday evening, when two students used public forum to...

ASUCR near unanimously votes to ban laptopping from 2018 elections

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, ASUCR senators voted to officially ban laptopping from the 2018 elections with a vote of 9-1-0. This decision comes after senators banned political parties Wednesday, Jan. 17 after a contentious...

Preview: ASUCR to discuss banning laptopping from 2018 elections

In tonight’s ASUCR meeting (6:30 p.m., HUB 221), senators will consider banning the controversial practice of laptopping from the 2018 elections. Laptopping is generally defined as a candidate approaching a student and coercing them to...

ASUCR bans political parties for 2018 elections

On Wednesday, Jan. 17, ASUCR senators officially voted to ban political parties in the 2018 ASUCR elections with a vote of 4-3-9. At 7:03 p.m., Elections Director Taylor Brown introduced the Senate Bill on...

ASUCR discusses Costo Hall referendum

The first ASUCR senate meeting of winter quarter commenced in HUB 221 on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at 6:30 p.m. The senators briefly discussed ASUCR’s open house next Wednesday, Jan. 17, which is intended to provide...