Band-uh! to be permanently disbanded, university announces
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Band-uh! to be permanently disbanded, university announces

Serious allegations of misconduct lead Student Affairs to axe student-led band The Cal Aggie Marching…

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Senate passes second resolution to disarm campus police
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Senate passes second resolution to disarm campus police

Controversy over the first resolution that was written by a graduate student resulted in an…

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Senate passes bill to fund free menstrual products in restrooms on campus
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Senate passes bill to fund free menstrual products in restrooms on campus

Meeting also sees confirmation of new IAC members, discusses upcoming budget hearings The ASUCD Senate…

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ASUCD Senate tables spending bills pending further review
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ASUCD Senate tables spending bills pending further review

Senate holds Allyship training, passes resolution to support California Senate Bill 24 The April 18…

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Failure of police disarmament resolution reveals divided opinion
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Failure of police disarmament resolution reveals divided opinion

SR #10 fails 6-5 in Senate, leads to continuing discussion about disarmament The ASUCD Senate…

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Resolution to disarm campus police fails at Apr. 11 Senate meeting
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Resolution to disarm campus police fails at Apr. 11 Senate meeting

Tension mounts between students who feel unsafe with armed campus police and senators who disagree…

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ASUCD Senate tackles all business in two hours
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ASUCD Senate tackles all business in two hours

Senate elects new Pro Temp, passes resolution calling for Punjabi language classes The April 4…

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Members of Senate call for Senator Zapardiel’s resignation at Mar. 14 Senate meeting
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Members of Senate call for Senator Zapardiel’s resignation at Mar. 14 Senate meeting

Zapardiel accused of threatening Senator Maraiyesa in a Facebook group chat The Mar. 14 Senate…

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March 7 Senate Report: Student leaders criticize ASUCD’s inaction with Stephon Clark decision
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March 7 Senate Report: Student leaders criticize ASUCD’s inaction with Stephon Clark decision

During emotional Senate meeting Senators, Commission chairs call for resignations of Zapardiel, Gofman The ASUCD…

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ASUCD Office of External Affairs helps introduce agricultural bill to State Assembly
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ASUCD Office of External Affairs helps introduce agricultural bill to State Assembly

UC Davis students doing their part in a global green movement UC Davis students submitted…

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OASR renamed to Office of the External Vice President
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OASR renamed to Office of the External Vice President

Change reflects new External Affairs Vice President position within ASUCD Senate Bill #39, recently passed…

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Feb. 28 Senate: Meeting adjourns early for Aggie basketball game
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Feb. 28 Senate: Meeting adjourns early for Aggie basketball game

Gender and Sexuality Commission expresses frustration over lack of support The Feb. 28 ASUCD Senate…

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Feb. 21 Senate report: closed session held to discuss Senator Brandon Clemons’ consistent absences
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Feb. 21 Senate report: closed session held to discuss Senator Brandon Clemons’ consistent absences

Senate meeting sees several quarterly reports, introduction of three new bills On Feb. 21, the…

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Feb. 14 reports: ASUCD holds Town Hall, Senate meeting
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Feb. 14 reports: ASUCD holds Town Hall, Senate meeting

Action-packed Valentine’s Day with back-to-back open forum preceding weekly Senate meeting The ASUCD Senate held…

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Davis College Democrats denies allegations it used student contact info inappropriately in ASUCD election
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Davis College Democrats denies allegations it used student contact info inappropriately in ASUCD election

DCD acknowledges it used info collected last year in recent student election, denies any wrongdoing…

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