ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin asks the ASUO Consitution Court to clarify a direct-funding issue.
ASUO officer elections lead to an entirely new leadership on the ASUO Senate
With one special request on the agenda the ASUO Summer Senate resolved the request and adjourned the meeting in seven minutes.
After fire alarm-interrupted Senate meeting, body does not formally denounce Vice President Katie Taylor
ASUO Sen. Katilyn Lange’s attempt to publicly reprimand Taylor failed by a 7-9-0 vote.
ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin sent an email to Constitutional Court Chief Justice Nick Schultz and associate justices Monday afternoon to appeal a ruling by the Elections Board regarding a grievance Rudin filed last week against the Katie and Alex campaign.
The Bike Share Program, which was approved in last month’s Over-Realized Budget, had to be reconsidered at Wednesday’s ASUO Senate meeting.
After I read the Constitutional Court’s decision in my favor in the Rudin v. Bowman issue, I expected some people to be unhappy. I also expected some people to be upset with me. I even expected people to write letters to the editor criticizing Con Court’s decision. I did not, however, expect people to spread false information about the Court’s decision and about my motives. Because it happened, I am setting the record straight.
ASUO Sen. Ben Bowman responded on Thursday to the grievance filed against him by Sen. Ben Rudin on Feb. 3, which was based on a statement Bowman made at the OSPIRG Budget Hearing in late January.
ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin filed an official grievance Friday against Sen. Ben Bowman regarding a statement he made at the OSPIRG budget hearing Tuesday evening.
The ASUO Senate left a trail of expenditures in its wake as its last regularly scheduled meeting of fall term came to a dramatic, abrupt finish.
The ASUO Senate sat before a packed house to address the ongoing issue of the EMU Renovation, the referendum on it and ASUO President Ben Eckstein’s decision to postpone it.
The ASUO Senate played host to a couple of unusual guests Wednesday night as Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group (OSPIRG) presented its campaign to reduce textbook prices and asked for the Senate’s support. Nicole [email protected]@http://www.ospirgstudents.org/[email protected]@, an OSPIRG representative, stood with two costumed characters to present a nationwide petition asking …