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A.S. Deals With Spike in Crime, IRS Woes at First Senate Meeting

At the first Associated Students Senate meeting of the 2012-13 school year last night, student senators tackled weighty topics including tax issues with student honoraria as well as a local spike in crime. The Senate’s Fall quarter began by swearing in two new Letters and Sciences Collegiate Senators, second- year […]

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Last A.S. Meeting Ends With Fond Farewells

With a box of tissues in hand, Associated Students President Harrison Weber addressed A.S. Legislative Council for the last time in his student career, as the 2011-2012 board ended their run and turned positions over to newcomers at last night’s weekly meeting. Weber advised the council on the UC Office […]

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Campus Ad Request Causes Controversy

Student government representatives grappled with the issue of restricting on-campus advertising by Crisis Pregnancy Centers during last night’s Associated Students Legislative Council meeting. If passed, the resolution would require the centers — which offer free pregnancy tests and abortion counseling — to include the disclaimer “This facility does not provide […]

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A.S. Cleans Up Policy in First Meeting of Year

The Associated Students Legislative Council met for this year’s inaugural meeting last night with a lengthy agenda including two action items, ten new bills and three resolutions. While the new business addressed topics from increased publicity for the student government to a transition in the campus’ e-mail platform, nine of […]

A.S. Swears In New Representatives
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A.S. Swears In New Representatives

The Associated Students conducted official government turnovers at last night’s Legislative Council meeting, swearing in representatives for the five executive offices and 24 council positions amidst multiple resignations and charges against current representatives of supplying alcohol to minors.