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Spring 2015 Elections Resuls

April 21st, 2015|0 Comments

View the ASUCI 2015 Elections Results.

Spring 2015 Elections Results (PDF)

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Statement from ASUCI President on Flag Legislation

March 6th, 2015|0 Comments

The ASUCI Legislative Council recently passed a piece of legislation regarding the display of the American flag and its prohibition of display in ASUCI common space. I stand firmly against […]

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January Legislative Updates from USSA

February 7th, 2015|0 Comments

Dear Students! If you would like to learn about the President’s “Free Community College Program” or the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Forecast, our partner organization, United States Student Association, has provided […]

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Apply to Legislative Grassroots Conference at Washington DC!

January 8th, 2015|0 Comments

Apply to be part of UC Irvine’s Delegation to the United States Student Association (USSA) National Grassroots Legislative Conference (http://www.asuci.uci.edu/legcon2015/) . Leg Con is a four day event held annually […]

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PELL GRANTS ARE UNDER ATTACK

December 8th, 2014|0 Comments

PELL GRANTS ARE UNDER ATTACK
Dear Student,

What would you fund: Grants for low-income students or private student loan companies?

Right now, Congress is debating that very proposal. Senators are pushing forth a […]

Apply for the Visions Leadership Course!

December 2nd, 2014|0 Comments

Hello, Anteaters!
 
Do you aspire to be a leader? Do you want to get involved and make a lasting impact on campus? Then you should apply to be a Visionary! Visions […]

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ASUCI Executive Cabinet Vetoes R50-70

March 8th, 2015|0 Comments

This from the ASUCI Executive Cabinet, the student leaders of ASUCI

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Apply for the Legislative Council Intern Program!

February 6th, 2015|0 Comments

The Legislative Council internship program is an intensive year-long commitment with the purpose of providing a platform for engagement on council legislation, projects, programs, and events. Interns will work closely […]

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Legislative Council Meeting @ Student Center - Woods Cove B/C
Apr 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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Legislative Council Meeting @ Student Center - Woods Cove B/C
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Legislative Council Meeting @ Student Center - Woods Cove B/C
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Hey Anteaters! TONIGHT, please come out and hear Meymuna Hussein-Cattan talk about the invisible community of refugees in Orange County, as we kick off the beginning of Break the Silence Week (co-hosted by FRESH Start).

Born in a refugee camp, she became passionate to help refugees thrive in Orange County. She started the non-profit called The Tiyya Foundation that provides refugees of all backgrounds with material, educational, and emotional support. The incredible non-profit currently assists more than 575 refugees from 162 families, many of them escaping persecution in Central America, Burma, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Somalia. She will talk about her story and her experiences supporting this population.

Find out more here: Fresh START & ASUCI Present: Invisible Communities
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Hey Anteaters! TOMORROW, Come out and hear Meymuna Hussein-Cattan talk about the invisible community of refugees in Orange County. Born in a refugee camp, she became passionate to help refugees thrive in Orange County. She started the non-profit called The Tiyya Foundation that provides refugees of all backgrounds with material, educational, and emotional support. The incredible non-profit currently assists more than 575 refugees from 162 families, many of them escaping persecution in Central America, Burma, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Somalia. She will talk about her story and her experiences supporting this population. Check out the rest of the events planned for Break the Silence Week at the main event page here: www.facebook.com/events/862285957164521/

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Come stargaze with ASUCI, the Astronomy Outreach Club, and Dr. James Bullock, at Aldrich Park (near Infinity Fountain). This starts at 8:30pm and will last until 10pm. Free kettlecorn provided while supplies last--we hope to see you there, Anteaters! ... See MoreSee Less

ASUCI Presents: A Night with the Stars

April 23, 2015, 8:30pm

Aldrich Park

Hey Anteaters! Do you want to know what Jupiter looks like? Do you want to hangout at the park with some awesome people? Do you want to learn more from your favorite professor, Dr. James Bullock? Do you want to use a telescope for the first time in Aldrich Park? I know you do! ASUCI Academic Engagement is hosting A Night with the Stars with the Astronomy Outreach program at the Aldrich Park on April 23 from 8:30- 10:00 PM. Bring your date, friends, family, and/or pets and come hangout with us at the park! We will provide some light refreshments and snacks. PLEASE RSVP HERE: goo.gl/forms/KqXN7jiWzG -- Hosted by Associated Students UCI (ASUCI) ASUCI Office of Academic Affairs ASUCI Academic Engagement

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Dear students,

ASUCI Office of the Executive Vice President is partnering up with Dreams at UCI in hosting the Immigration Awareness Week! The Immigration Awareness Week will be this upcoming week! Make sure to check out the awesome events that we are hosting to get educated on issues pertaining to immigration!

Best,
Organizing Branch,
Office of the Executive VP
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DREAMS at UCI Immigration Awareness Week

April 27, 2015, 4:00pm - May 1, 2015, 6:00pm

University of California, Irvine

Join us for Immigration Awareness Week, a week-long series of events focusing on immigration topics with the purpose of bringing more awareness and creating meaningful conversation about the undocumented community in and around UCI. The events include: Immigration Forum, Monday April 27th The UCI School of Law will be bringing attorneys to discuss immigration topics, including pathways to citizenship, DACA/DAPA, advanced parole, and more. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions. Time: 4-5:30 pm Location: EDU 1131 Coming Out of the Shadows, Tuesday April 28th Coming Out of the Shadows is a powerful event to connect with others through storytelling and a common struggle. Sharing our unique experiences is a crucial part of an intentional healing and empowering process with gestures and words. Time: 12-2 pm Location: flagpoles Documentary Screening and Guest Speaker, Wednesday April 29th Through two documentaries produced by undocumented Asian Pacific Islander students, learn about API involvement in the immigration rights movement encompassing issues such as access to healthcare. Time: 1-3 pm. Location: Crescent Bay A and B in the Student Center Resource Fair for Undocumented Students, Thursday April 30th Meet community organizations that focus on issues affecting the undocumented immigrant community and learn about their opportunities and resources. Time:11-2 pm Dr. White Room at the CCC May Day March In Santa Ana, Friday May 1st March in unity with UCI students to support workers’ and immigrant rights at the May Day March in Santa Ana. Transportation will be provided. RSVP at: goo.gl/ZReMfb Time: 1:00pm - 6:00pm Location: Sasscer Park 500 W. Santa Ana Boulevard Santa Ana, CA 92701 For more information: dreamsuci@gmail.com

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