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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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UC Irvine Homecoming 2015!

November 3rd, 2014|0 Comments

Homecoming 2015 will take place January 31st and 2015 will mark the 50th anniversary of UCI and is an important milestone for a campus that has seen and fostered so […]

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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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[FROM THE ASUCI EXECUTIVE CABINET AND ASUCI COUNCIL SPEAKER]

AFTER CONSULTATION WITH UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION, WE AGREE WITH THEIR DECISION to cancel THIS EVENING'S LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL DUE TO SECURITY CONCERNS. As of now, the measure of highest importance for ASUCI leadership is the safety and well-being of all students and the campus community at-large.
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3 weeks ago  ·  

[A MESSAGE FROM MEMBERS OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL]

Fellow UCI Students,

We would like to address the reactions regarding R50-70 and explain to you all our intentions for voting ‘yes’ on the resolution. We deeply apologize for neglecting to consider the greater implications of our actions, and for the negative publicity that UC Irvine has endured as a result. As fellow students at UC Irvine, we are extremely grateful to be privileged enough to even have these kinds of conversations. We meant no ill will towards our nation nor its flag, and our school truly does not deserve the image placed on it in the public sphere.

It is also important that we provide some context for our actions. We voted with the intention of creating a safe, inclusive space for all individuals after being approached about conflicts between other members of ASUCI surrounding a U.S. flag. The flag was put up by an anonymous ASUCI member in January 2015. Over the ensuing month, other students who became involved would continuously take the flag down. The conflict eventually escalated to the point where a number of students brought the matter to Legislative Council. It was our intention to resolve the problem for our fellow ASUCI members by reverting things to the way they were before the dispute began, when the common space had no flags present and there was no surrounding conflict.

Regarding the executive veto on R50-70, we have no intention of overriding it. We believe the matter will be properly handled by the action of the executive officers, and so, in this matter, entrust the governance of the common space to them.

Sincerely,

Matthew Tsai
Negar Fatahi
Naty Rico
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3 weeks ago  ·  

[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FROM THE ASUCI EXECUTIVE CABINET]
The ASUCI Executive Cabinet has Voted to Veto the ASUCI Legislative Council legislation R50-70, “Flags and decoration adjustment for inclusivity”. Please see the attached link for full statement.
http://www.asuci.uci.edu/flag/
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