In the wake of mass confusion and conflicting government actions after President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders regarding immigration and refugees, UA’s James E. Rogers College of Law hosted a forum on President Trump’s executive orders on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
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The Graduate and Professional Student Council voted on bringing the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Supreme Court into their election system, and discussed term limits during a general council meeting Feb. 6 in the Pima Room of the Student Union Memorial Center.
UA’s James E. Rogers College of Law will host a Town Hall on President Trump’s Executive Orders on Wednesday, Feb. 8 from 5:30-6:45 p.m. in Room 164 of the Law Building.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council Executive Board discussed any remaining questions on the adoption of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Supreme Court and campus fees on Jan. 30.
UA students Alyssa Belder and Sydney Schneider are suing the Arizona Board of Regents, the City of Tucson, Gerald Taylor and others for a hit and run that occurred at a crosswalk for the intersection of Fifth Street and Euclid Avenue around 5:55 p.m on Sept. 5, 2015.
The Arizona State Senate Education Committee, chaired by Sen. Sylvia Allen, discussed and held off on voting on SB 1061 pending a stakeholder meeting during a committee meeting Jan. 26.
The Arizona Board of Regents voted on Jan. 20 to oppose SB 1061, a bill proposing to cap tuition and fee increases at two percent per year at the state's public universities.
UA’s Graduate and Professional Student Council convened their first general council meeting of the year on Jan. 23. at 6 p.m. in the Pima Room of the Student Union Memorial Center.
The Arizona Board of Regents voted unanimously to support Gov. Doug Ducey’s state budget on Jan. 20.
As of Jan. 16, President-elect Donald Trump has submitted the names of 14 cabinet-level nominees to their relevant Senate committees to receive nomination hearings. He has yet to nominate an individual to serve as his Secretary of Agriculture.
Arizona began its 53rd legislative session at the state capital on Jan. 9. After the November elections, republicans maintained control of both the state House and Senate.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council executive board covered election disputes, DACA support in its first meeting of the new year on Jan. 9.
Before the new year, the Arizona Corporation Commission voted 4 to 1 to end the practice of net metering by Arizona utility companies.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council held its last general council meeting of the year Dec. 6, during which it considered the impeachment of Treasurer Jim Collins, the council’s longest-serving member.
UA's outstanding debt is projected to be $1.15 billion in the 2017 fiscal year, according to a report presented to the Arizona Board of Regents. Due to improving financial health, the cost of managing this debt has decreased in recent years, freeing up revenue sources, according to UA’s Chief Financial Officer Gregg Goldman.
Cranksgiving combines biking and donating to food banks into a unique experience organized by UA students. The event is held once a year where participants from the Tucson and UA cycling communities travel to grocery stores around the university, buying food to donate to food banks.
An impeachment petition against Treasurer Jim Collins was submitted to the Graduate and Professional Student Council on Nov. 21.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council Executive Board voted 3-2 during a closed meeting on Sept. 30 to uphold the decision of the acting elections director to invalidate the online representative election of former GPSC President Zachary Brooks.
The UA joined a number of prestigious institutions by sending a representative to the Nationwide Digital Preservation Task Force in New York City to develop tools to revolutionize the archiving of modern correspondence.
The Arizona Board of Regents descended on the UA campus to discuss issues facing college students attending Arizona’s three public universities this week.