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 …
As the EMU referendum takes place, Sophie Luthin filed against ASUO president Laura Hinman for non-fulfillment.
Based on the facts the Con Court provided in its ruling, we side with its decision.
Constitutional Court will decide by Friday whether to remove ASUO President Ben Eckstein and Vice President Katie Taylor.
A nomination for ASUO Senate president turned into a discussion about rules in the Green Tape Notebook at Wednesday’s Senate meeting. However, due to a rules violation, the decision about who will be Senate president is invalidated.
The measure in question states: Should students be allowed to vote directly on funding levels for certain incidental-fee funded programs? The reason such a measure is on the ballot is, in a word, baffling.
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.
Ben Ordonez has filed a petition with the ASUO Constitution Court to reinstate the EMU Referendum and remove President Ben Eckstein from office.