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ASUCR considers banning political parties and laptopping in 2018 elections

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, ASUCR hosted their last meeting of fall quarter, beginning promptly at 6:30 p.m. ASUCR President Aram Ayra introduced his new Commission on Fair Housing and Neighborhood Relations during ex-officio reports....

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...

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 – 11/29

North Campus Development After taking a break from meeting in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the ASUCR senate gathered in HUB 222 last Wednesday, Nov. 29 for a meeting whose first hour centered around a...

ASUCR appoints three new justices, votes to strengthen relations with Costo Hall

ASUCR conducted their second meeting of the 2017-2018 academic year on Wednesday night, Oct. 11 beginning at 6:30 pm. To start the meeting, ASUCR president Aram Ayra presented Peter Haddad, Starla Carrillo and Rume...

UCR GSA has departed UC Student Association

ASUCR’s Vice President of External Affairs Johnathan Li used the early portion of his officer report during last Wednesday’s State of the Association (SOA) meeting to divulge the UC Riverside Graduate Student Association’s (GSA)...

ASUCR: GSA calls for lower SRC summer fee

UCR graduate students who want more affordable access to the Student Recreation Center (SRC) over summer are pushing for a decrease in the $80 summer membership fee. President of UCR’s Graduate Student Association, Shawn Ragan,...

GCAP launches campus-wide bike share program

After a quarter-long delay, the university’s new bike share program has been launched and will provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity to rent a bike for free or little cost for up to...

ASUCR: Controversial Kappa Sigma resolution fails to receive a single vote

Vincent Ta/HIGHLANDER At the ASUCR senate meeting, which convened in the Tartan and Tweed Room at the Student Special Services building on Wednesday, May 11, a resolution authored by ASUCR President Ashley Harano was discussed...

Controversial Sabra hummus bill dominates discussion during ASUCR meeting

ASUCR’s first state of the association meeting of the quarter began at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 18 in the Tartan and Tweed Room in the Student Services Building. The room change was made...