Senate reserves down to $81, Senate passes resolution urging disaffiliation from Chinese universities over treatment of Tibet at May 21 meeting
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Senate confirmation hearings bring up concerns that “rules are being applied willy-nilly”
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Senate confirmation hearings bring up concerns that “rules are being applied willy-nilly”

Contention over bylaws, cultural tensions on campus arise in hearings for Judicial Council, Ethnic and…

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Senate fails to fill Judicial Council vacancy for third consecutive week
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Senate fails to fill Judicial Council vacancy for third consecutive week

Controversial closed session called over appointment Editor’s Note: At the time this article was written,…

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ASUCD Senate canceled for second week in a row
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ASUCD Senate canceled for second week in a row

Vacant Judicial Council seat still unfilled at time of canceled meeting The weekly ASUCD Senate…

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ASUCD could lose $1.1 million as a result of COVID-19
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ASUCD could lose $1.1 million as a result of COVID-19

Millions from emergency reserves, government acts, Basic Needs and Services Referendum to offset losses ASUCD…

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Announcement that The Pantry served over 5,000 unique students during February of 2020 at April 16 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Announcement that The Pantry served over 5,000 unique students during February of 2020 at April 16 ASUCD Senate meeting

Senate re-does its pro-tempore election The April 16 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order…

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Legislation meant to help students during pandemic passes at first Senate meeting of the quarter
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Legislation meant to help students during pandemic passes at first Senate meeting of the quarter

Senate pro tempore elections, adoption of units, Senate recorder confirmations among items completed  ASUCD Vice…

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Open seat on Judicial Council prevents ASUCD Senate from meeting
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Open seat on Judicial Council prevents ASUCD Senate from meeting

Application for JC seat open until April 27 The ASUCD Senate did not meet yesterday…

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ASUCD leaders work on remaining connected with students during remote Spring Quarter
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ASUCD leaders work on remaining connected with students during remote Spring Quarter

Senators highlight innovation of units, committees amid COVID-19 With COVID-19 disrupting the plans of ASUCD…

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ASUCD cancels April 2 Senate meeting, transition to virtual Senate meetings raises questions regarding public inclusion
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ASUCD cancels April 2 Senate meeting, transition to virtual Senate meetings raises questions regarding public inclusion

Minutes for Senate meetings will be available on ASUCD website, in 2019-2020 Google Drive folder…

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Newly elected ASUCD officers sworn in at March 12 Senate meeting
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Newly elected ASUCD officers sworn in at March 12 Senate meeting

Campus closures prompt ASUCD to prepare for virtual Senate meetings Outgoing ASUCD Vice President Shreya…

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Handling of ASUCD election violation accusations reveals flaws in system, some in association say
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Handling of ASUCD election violation accusations reveals flaws in system, some in association say

Several members active in ASUCD voice concerns over Elections Committee and violation points During this…

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What is the Constitutional Cleanup Amendment?
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What is the Constitutional Cleanup Amendment?

Future ASUCD Winter Elections moved to Spring Quarter The results of the 2020 ASUCD Winter…

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Chancellor visits Feb. 26 Senate meeting to address UCPath, COLA, coronavirus
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Chancellor visits Feb. 26 Senate meeting to address UCPath, COLA, coronavirus

Students impacted by UCPath failure may receive monetary compensation The Feb. 26 Senate meeting was…

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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection
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The California Aggie first undergraduate UC newspaper to digitize entire collection

Digital archive, dating back to 1915, now available through California Digital Newspaper Collection The California…

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