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Friday, September 21, 2018

Senate passes Sikh Genocide Resolution; elects new justice

Wednesday’s ASUCR meeting brought forth the unanimous passage of a resolution to recognize the Sikh Genocide of 1984 and the election of a new justice to replace former ASUCR Justice Melina Reyes, who was...

Senators support undocumented students

Marking the fourth meeting of the fall quarter, the ASUCR senate approved the passage of two resolutions: one to create a “sanctuary” for undocumented UC students and another to revise UCR policies on the...

Inside ASUCR’s battle over controversial judicial ruling

This past week, varying contingents within ASUCR executed a series of actions that could hold a significant impact on April’s upcoming 2017-18 elections. As we reported two weeks ago, during the quarter’s second state of...

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 meeting was largely devoted to a series of bylaw amendments...

ASUCR senators sworn in at first state of the association meeting

ASUCR’s first state of the association meeting of fall quarter convened in the senate chambers on Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m. After roll call, 2017-18’s ASUCR senators were sworn in, officially beginning their...

Judicial council hears cases on elections violations and elections director’s suit against ASUCR president

The ASUCR Judicial Council met for the third time since the beginning of spring quarter on Thursday, April 27 in the senate chambers, with the meeting beginning at 5:14 p.m. The meeting began with the...

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...

Developing: [YOUR]side requested signatures on noncompete agreement forms from party members

An email received by the Highlander at around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 11, reveals that, during the 2014-15 academic year, leadership within the ASUCR political party side requested signatures on a noncompete agreement...

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...

Administration allegedly intervened in elections

After a month filled with a laptopping scandal, the controversial removal of two justices, censure of two ECAB officials and allegations of bias by the elections committee, ASUCR  — under the alleged pressure of...