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Editorial | A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate

The decision to publish an editorial is not one the Daily Nexus editorial board takes lightly.
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On-Campus Senator Yasamin Salari Admits to Living Off Campus, In Violation of Legal Code

Salari, a second-year pre-political science major, spoke Wednesday night regarding rumors about her living situation.
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Judicial Council Seats Will Be Unfilled Until At Least Week 9

Kopel estimates she will present her nominations to the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate by the Week 9 Senate meeting.
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A.S. Senate Violates Brown Act With Closed Session, A.S. AG Says

The Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953 “guarantees the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings of local legislative bodies,” according to a pamphlet published by the California Attorney Gen...
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BREAKING: EVPSA Seat To Be Left Vacant For Rest of Academic Year

Sunday’s deadline was the third extension set by the board following a continuous struggle to get students to vote in the special election.
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Elections Board Struggling To Meet EVPSA Special Election Voter Threshold

If the minimum voting threshold is not reached, the EVPSA position will remain vacant until the Spring Quarter 2019 elections.
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50 Years, 12 Students and the Takeover That Changed Everything

At the time, North Hall held the mainframe computer for the entire UC system and was considered “the most critical point” of the campus, Rahman said.
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A.S. Passes Three Resolutions in Support of AFSCME Strike, One Which Suspends A.S. Operations in Solidarity

The three resolutions were authored by several A.S. senators.
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Special Election Deadline Extended by One Week Following Low Voter Turnout

The deadline to vote is tomorrow, Oct. 18.
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Runner-Up Senator Sworn in Over FaceTime

Mello was voted in with 19 yes votes, one no vote and two abstentions.
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A.S. Postpones Council Vote for Second Week In a Row

The original vote and the reconsiderations of the vote continued to be split across party lines, with Proxy Luvia Solis abstaining from the vote.
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Judicial Council Slots Remain Unfilled as Senate Postpones Chair Vote

The Judicial Council is made up of one chairman, four members and one advisor.
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Petitions Regarding A.S. Spring Elections Remain Undecided, Judicial Council Unable to Meet Quorum

If the Council rules in favor of Nemeh and Morales, Morales could be reinstated in her position, causing the special election results to become void.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Split EVPSA Duties

The position of EVPSA is currently vacant because the A.S. Elections Board disqualified the then EVPSA-elect, Mayela Morales, in May.
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SAG Martinez’s Domestic Violence Charge Dismissed

She was being tried as a defendant against the People of the State of California and pled not guilty in the domestic violence charge, according to court records.
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