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ASUCR special senate meeting: Gbujama and Jackson keep office; Gomez given...

On Monday, Jan. 30, an“emergency” ASUCR senate meeting officially began at 10:14 p.m. in a senate chamber holding approximately 60 UC Riverside students and...

ASUCR calls emergency meeting to discuss possible re-elections

An emergency meeting was called on Sunday, April 24 at 8 p.m. in the ASUCR senate chambers to discuss the judicial opinion that was...

ASUCR removes two justices, including chief justice, from office

In a marathon ASUCR meeting primarily discussing potential elections violations and characterized by sharp and personal disagreements, ASUCR removed Acting Chief Justice Melina Reyes...

[YOUR]Side ban leads to formation of three parties

Side, a political party that dominated ASUCR elections last year, was banned after a recent judicial decision ruled that the party carried out discriminatory...

ASUCR appoints final justice, implements clock-in software

ASUCR has selected Simon Ho, a third-year political science major, to fill the final justice position for the judicial branch during their most recent...

67 elections violations reported by ASUCR judicial branch

ASUCR justices reported that 67 elections violations took place during this year’s ASUCR elections and over 30 strikes were handed out, according to Chief...

Seven ASUCR candidates disqualified days before elections

After several months of planning, postering and advertising, seven candidates for elected positions within ASUCR were revealed to be disqualified — a mere four...

ONE SPOT OPEN ON THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Senators debate whether to give the Judicial Branch the power of impeachment and face allegations of misconduct and discrimination by an unappointed Judicial Branch...

ASUCR holds special elections

Senators-elect choose new officers After the end of a three-hour-long session on May 6, senators-elect performed one of their first official duties by filling the...

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...