ASUONews

UO Administration and ASUO Constitution Court deny OSPIRG’s four proposed ballots for the 2014 spring election

The University of Oregon Administration made its recommendation on March 11 to not place all four of OSPIRG’s proposals on the spring election ballot. The ASUO Constitution Court agrees with the administration’s ruling and will not put the proposals on the ballot. The four ballot measures were sent to the …

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Opinion

Editorial: Decision to keep Eckstein was the best one based on the evidence provided

Based on the facts the Con Court provided in its ruling, we side with its decision.

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Opinion

Editorial: ASUO Constitutional Court decision doesn't clean the ASUO elections of phishing scam

Resetting the executive primary was the most ethical move Con Court could make, but there is one thing that throws their entire decision off. Though the executive primaries were restarted, the senatorial primaries (with victors from the Katie and Alex campaign, including a certain Manny Garcia) will not be revoted.

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Opinion

Editorial: ASUO Constitutional Court decision doesn’t clean the ASUO elections of phishing scam

Resetting the executive primary was the most ethical move Con Court could make, but there is one thing that throws their entire decision off. Though the executive primaries were restarted, the senatorial primaries (with victors from the Katie and Alex campaign, including a certain Manny Garcia) will not be revoted.

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Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter: Rudin’s grievance based on political, not viewpoint, bias

Even though our committee is split on the OSPIRG issue, we still believe that this grievance is unfounded and inappropriate, and that the Court’s decision is equally unfounded and inappropriate. We stand with our Chair and believe that the Court’s ridiculous ruling should be immediately reversed.

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NewsPolitics

Constitution Court sides with Rudin on grievance

The Constitution Court ruled Sunday night that ASUO Sen. Ben Bowman violated viewpoint neutrality in OSPIRG’s budget hearing.

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