Basic Needs and Services Referendum passes, smashing voter turnout record
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Basic Needs and Services Referendum passes, smashing voter turnout record

BASED wins Executive ticket, EAVP from Thrive, four BASED senators, one Thrive senator, one independent…

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Basic Needs and Services Referendum referred to Internal Affairs Commission at Feb. 6th ASUCD Senate meeting
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Basic Needs and Services Referendum referred to Internal Affairs Commission at Feb. 6th ASUCD Senate meeting

Confirmations for controller, committee positions The Feb. 6 ASUCD Senate meeting was called to order…

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Hear what every ASUCD candidate said in their endorsement interviews
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Hear what every ASUCD candidate said in their endorsement interviews

For the first time ever, The California Aggie publishes full transcripts of endorsement interviews Every…

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Elections committee chair confirmed after contentious vote at Jan. 30 ASUCD Senate meeting
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Elections committee chair confirmed after contentious vote at Jan. 30 ASUCD Senate meeting

Senate bills passed enforce new rules for Creative Media, ASUCD election candidates ASUCD Vice President…

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ASUCD’s Winter Town Hall focused on Basic Needs and Services Referendum
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ASUCD’s Winter Town Hall focused on Basic Needs and Services Referendum

Questions surrounding referendum saturate meeting agenda  ASUCD Senate members discussed the upcoming ASUCD Winter Elections…

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ASUCD Winter Elections will see new position: student advocate
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ASUCD Winter Elections will see new position: student advocate

Students to define what it means to act as students’ voice  In the upcoming ASUCD…

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Campus Judicial Board applications close today
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Campus Judicial Board applications close today

CJB members uphold academic integrity, social responsibility through hearing panels, outreach, educational efforts Since 1911,…

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UCPath resolution passes at Jan. 23 ASUCD Senate meeting
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UCPath resolution passes at Jan. 23 ASUCD Senate meeting

Senators debate “joke” candidates running in Winter Elections at meeting The Jan. 23 ASUCD Senate…

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2020 U.S. Census discussed at Jan. 16 Senate Meeting
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2020 U.S. Census discussed at Jan. 16 Senate Meeting

Presentation highlights ways students are impacted by upcoming census ASUCD Vice President Shreya Deshpande called…

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Discussion of ASUCD’s budget deficit and upcoming fee referendum at Dec. 5 Senate Meeting
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Discussion of ASUCD’s budget deficit and upcoming fee referendum at Dec. 5 Senate Meeting

Senate determines emergency legislation aimed at providing supplies for The Pantry is unconstitutional Senator Shondreya…

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Student services and jobs threatened unless students vote to pass ASUCD fee referendum
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Student services and jobs threatened unless students vote to pass ASUCD fee referendum

Proposed fee would be $34 per quarter, the first increase to fee since 1979 Facing…

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Senators debate, pass resolutions on animal rights, Hong Kong at Nov. 6 meeting
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Senators debate, pass resolutions on animal rights, Hong Kong at Nov. 6 meeting

Senate approves bill to follow California public meeting law, the Brown Act The Senate meeting…

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ASUCD Senate passes bill to improve elections processes in wake of Fall Quarter elections
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ASUCD Senate passes bill to improve elections processes in wake of Fall Quarter elections

Quarterly reports, confirmation of commissioners, commission chair among action items  The ASUCD Senate convened its…

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Only six seated senators show up for Halloween Senate meeting, with five arriving on time
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Only six seated senators show up for Halloween Senate meeting, with five arriving on time

Senate discusses UCPath payment issues for employees at CoHo — some students have not been…

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Roughly 6.7% of students vote in Fall Quarter 2019 ASUCD elections
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Roughly 6.7% of students vote in Fall Quarter 2019 ASUCD elections

Six senators elected, three of four constitutional amendments fail  The results of the Fall Quarter…

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