The Associated Students of the University of Arizona have wrapped up their year with their final meeting on Wednesday, April 27. From bringing free Thanksgiving meals to students to canceling their annual Spring Fling for the third year in a row and impeaching a senator, ASUA has marked their first in-person year back since the pandemic began with highs and lows. Here are a few highlights of the UA’s undergraduate student governing body from the 2021-22 academic year:
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Tucson Police Department is still investigating a shooting that occurred around 2 a.m. Friday on Park Avenue between University Boulevard and Second Street, which left one man dead and another injured, University of Arizona Communications confirmed.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona met this Wednesday, April 13, to discuss announcements and upcoming plans, including the Arizona Board of Regents' passing of mandatory meal plans for on-campus students. The meeting was called to order at 6:04 p.m. and adjourned at 6:26 p.m.
For close to a century, the student body has elected a student government, known as the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, to represent and fight for their voices to be heard. Over time, this has turned into an election of three executive officers, three senators-at-large and a senator from each college.
Nothing can make up for the fact that this school year was beyond difficult, with online classes, socially distanced interaction and an abnormally empty campus. Fortunately, our favorite campus entertainment, police beat, didn’t stop when everything else did.
Amidst a worldwide pandemic and major social justice issues, election year raged on as one of the most intense our generation has ever seen.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona held meetings over Zoom during the 2020-21 school year. Its major accomplishment was the passage of resolutions concerning diversity, equity and inclusion.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate governing body, held elections this week for the 2021-2022 school year. Here are the results for president, executive vice president, administrative vice president and senators.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona elections are quickly approaching, and they kicked off election week with the Senator Q&A, which had current senators asking the candidates seeking positions about what they hope to accomplish as senators.
These past two weeks brought more than their fair share of problems for the fraternity men of Greek Row, along with a creepy Zoom incident that’ll make you glad we’re finally getting back to some in-person classes.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, March 3, over Zoom to discuss a new sustainability resolution in collaboration with Students for Sustainability and vote on Campus Closet funding.
As of the morning of March 1, three arrests have been made in the homicide investigation of Forrest Keys, a University of Arizona student that was shot and killed the night of Feb. 20 outside of the Cherry Avenue garage on campus.
A University of Arizona student has died according to an email sent out by President Dr. Robert C. Robbins Sunday, Feb. 21. According to the email, the student was killed in a shooting that occurred last night at the Cherry Avenue garage, which is located next to the Bear Down Stadium.
Another week, another police beat! While we, of course, have at least one alcohol related incident, this week’s police beat features our very first anti-maskers, as well as someone who had some interesting information for our university’s president.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met to discuss Campus Closet, provide updates and pass the club Diversity, Equity and Inclusion resolutions Wednesday, Feb. 17.
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The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s student governing body, discussed two newly proposed resolutions as well as voted on the updated elections code introduced last week during their meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 10.
It’s been almost a year since we’ve had police beat, but it’s back and better than ever, folks. The semester is well under way, along with all of our favorite college campus antics. On a more serious note before we get into the entertainment, six reports were made for vehicular break-ins during the week of Jan. 18, three of them being on a single day. Make sure to lock your cars and be wary of keeping valuables inside.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, Jan. 27 over Zoom to discuss updates on diversity, equity and inclusion and to pass the action item removing the Senate whip from the bylaws.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, Jan. 21, over Zoom for their first meeting of the semester to discuss their upcoming plans for this spring and brainstorm ideas to engage with all students this semester.