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ASUCI Recommendations to the UC Irvine Strategic Plan

November 22nd, 2015|0 Comments

Dear Students,

Please find below the Associated Students of UC Irvine’s list of recommendations to the university strategic plan that has been in process of revision for the past few weeks:


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Statement on Indigenous People’s Day

October 12th, 2015|0 Comments

Dear Anteaters,

For the last 81 years, the United States has observed the second Monday of October as Columbus Day as a national holiday. By association of observance, this day celebrates […]

Aldrich Park After Dark 2015 Lineup

September 21st, 2015|0 Comments

Like the artists on this song?

Well, you can listen to one of them, dumbfoundead​, perform at Aldrich Park After Dark (APAD) tomorrow night at 7:00 PM.

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Shocktoberfest 2015: Teaser

September 19th, 2015|0 Comments

Shocktoberfest, UCI’s annual fall concert, rolls out the school year and the NCAA Basketball season! The concert features Athletics’ Midnight Magic, a 3-point contest and dunk contest with UCI’s basketball […]

World’s Largest Game of Capture the Flag

September 19th, 2015|0 Comments


Before the world record event on Tuesday, 09/22, please review the guidelines and rules below regarding the game and safety. If you are caught violating the rules and/or the safety of others, […]

Welcome Week 2015 Updates

September 19th, 2015|0 Comments

We’re less than 1 day away from Welcome Week 2015! ASUCI has so much in store for you for this week and this year!

Here are a couple of updates!


Tuesday, 09/22

12:15 […]

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Fall 2015 Election Results

November 26th, 2015|0 Comments

asuci legislative council fall 2015 election results


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First 2015-2016 Legislative Council Meeting

September 19th, 2015|0 Comments

Our first ASUCI Legislative Council meeting will occur on Tuesday September 28th, 2015 in Woods Cove B/C in the Student Center!

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5 days ago  ·  

Dear students,
Please find below our student regent Avi Oved's comments about the increased enrollment plan that was passed this past week in the Board of Regents. These comments date back to November 18, the day before these plans were considered at the Board's meeting.

"Tomorrow the UC Board of Regents will be voting on a plan to enroll 10,000 undergraduate residents and 2,000 graduate students within the next 3 years – a plan I approach with caution and optimism.
The University of California should always remain true to its mission to expand access of affordable, quality education and continuously push itself to earn the admission of more students of color.
In a perfect world, we would all welcome this plan with open arms. But students at UC are already struggling to secure affordable housing, maintain stable access to nutritious meals, get the classes needed to graduate on time, find appropriate study spaces, receive needed mental health services, even to get a seat and desk to take a midterm or final – the struggle is this and so much more. I'm worried.
We must be wary of over-enrolling students beyond our physical capacity to the point of corroding the quality of education at UC. We cannot look at enrollment in a vacuum; we must consider the development of buildings, classrooms, and research facilities, in addition to ensuring we have the resources to sustain and perpetuate such growth.
In order for this enrollment plan to earn my support, I've made asks, and I believe my asks are simple and warranted:
(1) immediately address the housing insecurity and homelessness that is so prevalent across the UC system
(2) present a long-term development plan that will address the facility needs at every UC campus to make room for all of us
(3) establish alternative forms of financial support in lieu of dissolving non-resident financial aid
(4) develop an effective mechanism to recruit and retain students of color and students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds
I resent the fact that the Governor and some politicians in the State Legislature essentially served the UC an ultimatum: follow through with this aggressive enrollment plan (knowing this is beyond our capacity) or face devastating budget cuts. To the wonderful politicians out there: where is your character and integrity?"
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6 days ago  ·  

Please join us for a candlelight vigil today at 7:00pm at the flagpoles as we stand in solidarity with Paris, Beirut, and Baghdad and honor the victims of these recent violent attacks.

Candles will be available, but you're invited to bring your own candles and/or flowers.

A candle service and open mic segment will be taking place.
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UCI Vigil for Victims of the Daesh Terrorist Attacks

November 19, 2015, 7:00pm

UCI Flagpoles

Please join us for a candlelight vigil as we stand in solidarity with Paris, Beirut, and Baghdad and honor the victims of these recent violent attacks. Candles will be available, but you're invited to bring your own candles and/or flowers. A candle service and open mic segment will be taking place. _______________________________ If you or your organization would like to help with vigil coordination, please FB message any of the event-page hosts: Sabby or Parshan _______________________________ We thank our sponsors: University of California, Irvine School of Humanities UCI International Studies Program Associated Students UCI (ASUCI) UCI Office of Civic & Community Engagement

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