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Friday, September 21, 2018

ASUCR: Election conflicts embroil senate

Last Wednesday’s more than six-hour-long ASUCR senate meeting was rife with controversy as spectators overflowing from the room expressed both support for and opposition to recent actions taken by ASUCR, including the initial disqualification...

Senators pass amendments to 2013-14 Elections Code

After a long night of debate at the Jan. 22 ASUCR senate meeting, senators unanimously ratified the new 2013-14 Elections Code, which aims to establish fair competitions in future general elections. The climax of...

Senators have “no confidence” in UC regents, Napolitano

Members of ASUCR unanimously passed a resolution last week expressing “no confidence” in the UC Board of Regents and UC President Janet Napolitano in the wake of the recently approved UC tuition plan. Another...

ASUCR Elections 2017: Senator and director debates

On Wednesday, April 5 beginning at 12 p.m., ASUCR’s elections committee hosted both the senator and director debates for prospective candidates to answer questions regarding their plans and stances on issues for the upcoming...

ASUCR: proposes opt-out fee

The ASUCR senate convened last Wednesday November 18, 2015, to discuss a variety of topics, among them the presentation of the Student Advocacy, Governance and Engagement (SAGE) opt-out fee. University of California Student Association (UCSA)...

ASUCR: Justices declare interim appointment unconstitutional

The ASUCR senate convened last Wednesday in the senate chambers to pass a resolution for nutritional labeling of HUB foods as well as a resolution to allow open-source textbooks. Also during the meeting, a...

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: More backlash following proposed UC tuition plan

The issue of rising tuition within the UC system was the main focus of last Wednesday’s senate meeting. Both President Nafi Karim and Vice President of External Affairs Abraham Galvan were vocal opponents of...