ASUO’s executive and legislative bodies have criticized the University of Oregon Police Department this year, leading them to reconsider the department’s role in providing shuttle services to students.
ASUO voted to end its student agreement with the UO athletics department in January, marking the end of a long history of student government funds covering athletics tickets
Although ASUO President Isaiah Boyd is running unopposed for a second term, there’s a handful of races for students to watch in the upcoming ASUO election.
Although ASUO will fund the statewide public interest advocacy group through next year, ASUO’s vote against putting OSPIRG on the ballot poses questions about OSPIRG’s future
The UOPD and prison labor resolution is the second in a series of BLM committee resolutions that center the needs and protections of BIPOC students at UO
ASUO’s Black Lives Matter committee passed a resolution at the end of January supporting resource accessibility for BIPOC students. The committee is looking to work with various groups already supporting Black students on campus as well as creating its own sustainable programming.
The I-fee will drop just under $2 per term for the 2021-22 fiscal year while budgeting for a minimum wage increase, free menstrual products and textbook and housing subsidies, among other things.