Three ASUO Executive officers will not face action by the ASUO Constitutional Court after it dismissed a grievance filed against them for failing to attend their scheduled office hours.
From the heating within the EMU to the free football tickets every Sunday night, the Incidental Fee budget covers plenty of commodities and necessities around campus. It’s no doubt that predicting where this $17 million budget will go and who will get how much is a lengthy and frustrating job.
Like many professors and leaders around campus, ASUO believes that requiring its senators and representatives to hold office hours is essential to maintaining open communication with the university's student body.
The Athletics and Contracts Finance Committee will host an open forum on Nov. 21 in the EMU’s Coquille room at 4 pm. This event is being put on by the ACFC so that it may discuss the athletics ticketing agreement as well as receiving feedback from students about how their money is spent. Thi…
ASUO senators, who are tasked with managing millions of dollars in student fees, are making plans to increase the incidental fee to generate revenue in order to make up for a budget deficit of $200,000. Meanwhile, they increase expenses by granting funds to student organizations that request them.
Three weeks ago, after a 30-minute discussion about the unusual circumstances surrounding her appointment, Nyla Jamison was sworn in as ASUO Executive Vice President. Nearly a month later, Jamison has settled into her job, regularly attending ASUO senate meetings and informing her peers abou…
As most University of Oregon students focused on getting through the second week of fall term, the ASUO senate met last Wednesday night as they always do. During this meeting, senators were appointed to positions of Senate Vice President, Senate Treasurer and many more.
The ASUO have ushered in a new administration with new ideas to advocate for the student body. The Ducks Empowered campaign ended up winning the vote in April and President Sabinna Pierre was sworn in on May 23 along with her running mate Montse Mendez and 33 other student officials.
ASUO Chief of Staff Hibo Abtidon resigned from her position on Oct. 7, according to an email to the Emerald. This marks the second high-profile resignation in the ASUO executive branch in a month after Montse Mendez resigned from her position as ASUO Vice President.