Student government appoints four students to Judicial Board

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Four students were appointed to the USGD Judicial Board at Friday’s Senate meeting, filling the board’s vacancies and giving the Downtown campus a working third branch of government. Read story

ASASUD passes new bylaws amid resignations and withheld stipends

On the last meeting of the semester, ASASUD discuessed issues including the revision of the senate bylaws, one senator’s announcement to step down for the next semester and a funding request. Read story

ASASUD approves $46,000 for campus recreation

After heavy debate and discussion, the ASASUD Senate voted to approve a funding request of $45,938.10 by Downtown student recreation. Read story

ASASUD appoints two, debates funding requests

Two new members have been appointed to ASASUD, while student organizations received limited funding amid discussions about fiscal concerns in a special ASASUD Senate session on Friday. Read story

Campus lacks political presence

Despite harsh budget cuts and increasing tuition at ASU, student political organizations are doing little to get students involved at the downtown campus. Read story

ASASUD to make election code changes

ASASUD’s Election Committee has not yet formally met to revise the election code this year, despite promises made last year. Read story

ASASUD appoints Judiciary Board member

ASASUD announced it had appointed the first member of its Judiciary Board at the its biweekly Senate meeting Friday morning. Read story

Senators to block Vasquez

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Five ASASUD 2010-11 senators announced Thursday they will block any action by ASASUD until President and Vice-President-elects junior Christian Vasquez and freshman Jessica Abercrombie allow a third-party to review the election decisions that resulted in the disqualification of freshmen Andres Cano and Vaughn Hillyard. Read story

Rep. Lujan speaks to Young Dems

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Justice and liberty are lacking at the State Capitol, House Minority Leader David Lujan told a crowd of about 15 students at the Downtown Young Democrats’ first meeting this semester. Read story