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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Development of Basic Needs Resource Center

Besides the opportunity to centralize A.S. basic needs resources, Sir hopes the center will eventually consolidate financial workshops and CalFresh advocates in one place for students to access.
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UC Student Governments Call for Divestment of Thirty Meter Telescope Project

The letter asks the UC to cease funding for TMT and for any faculty or staff working on the project to “speak out against the exploitation of Mauna Kea.” 
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2019-2020 A.S. Executives: A Look Ahead

The Nexus sat down with the five executives and asked them to speak about their plans for the upcoming year.
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Senate Votes To Open Applications for CCS & On-Campus Senatorial Vacancies

This is the second year in a row that no one has run for the open CCS seat.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Redistributing Honoraria to EVPSA Office Members

The exact division of the stipend to each individual will be determined by Márquez, as discussed at last Wednesday’s Senate meeting.
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In Photos | 2019-2020 A.S. Senate & Executives Sworn Into Office

On Wednesday night, the 2019-2020 executives and senators were sworn in by their predecessors.
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“Gray Area” Of Eligibility Portion of A.S. Legal Code to Remain Unaddressed

Faults in the eligibility portion of Legal Code were highlighted twice during this Senate’s term.
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RHA Elections: A Look at the 2019-2020 Executives

The five RHA executive board members – Laila Voss, Ashley Davis, Bee Schaefar, Angela Friedman and Megan Foster – will take office in fall 2019.
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Police Collaborative Board Breaks Ground With First Meeting

The board would be an outlet for community members to develop an interactive relationship with law enforcement officers to address safety concerns.
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Term in Review: EVPLA Jeike Meijer

Meijer’s term was highlighted by a common theme of community outreach and safety, evident by substantial progress in both areas through multiple projects.
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Term in Review: Internal Vice President Steven Ho

Soon to be former A.S. IVP Steven Ho’s term was defined by strict party lines in the Senate and his ability, and inability at times, to keep a divided room in order.
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Term in Review: Student Advocate General Grecia Martinez

Grecia Martinez overhauled many aspects of the OSA and made a lasting effect on the office, despite a lack of transparency at times in her term.
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Term in Review: A.S. President Brooke Kopel

Brooke Kopel's advocacy for all students, combined with her work on other projects on campus, saw her fulfill lofty goals.
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Contrary to A.S. Elections Night Results, Elections Board Says New SIRRC Fee Did Not Pass

Elections Board noticed a “discrepancy” between the A.S. Constitution and the Elections Code following elections night.  
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Bike Committee Opposition Does Not Change SRB Design Plans

The board voted 11-2 to move forward without bike parking.
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