I am not an outspoken person – especially when it comes to expressing how I feel. If you know me the most common expression I use to describe anything is, “It’s okay,” or “It was alright.”
My responses can appear to be very dull and unrelieved, to a point where people start asking me why I appear so closed off.
The Election Board Chair claimed the undergraduate student government has violated its constitution by ordering the judicial board during its Tuesday meeting to accept a petition against the election board.
The undergraduate student government judicial board rejected a petition against the election board Monday.
Ramneek Hazrah and Matthew William Richard filed a petition against the election board, claiming the election board violated judicial board orders by failing to issue a reasonable sanction for Sanction Case 59 after finding that Bruins United candidates Bella Martin and Victoria Solkovits engaged in attempted voter coercion during the Undergraduate Students Association Council election campaign, according to the memorandum from the judicial board to the petitioner.
The undergraduate student government judicial board rejected a fourth petition this week against the election board Saturday.
Melissa Tapia and Asha Isse filed a petition claiming the election board made a series of election code violations.
The undergraduate student government judicial board rejected two petitions against the election board Thursday.
The judicial board denied to review a petition by Rafi Sands, a former Undergraduate Students Association Council external vice president and member of the Bruins United slate, claiming the election board made a number of violations to the judicial board order that was released May 10, according to the memorandum from the judicial board to Sands.
This post was updated on May 16 at 12:57 p.m.
The undergraduate student government election board backtracked on its decision to disqualify a candidate after consulting with an administrator.
This post was updated May 11 at 10:31 a.m.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council Judicial Board ruled Thursday that the USAC Election Board must reinvestigate complaint cases related to voter coercion and issue a new sanction on a case alleging attempted voter coercion.
The undergraduate student government election board said during a judicial board hearing Wednesday it failed to adequately investigate a complaint about attempted voter coercion.
The judicial board held a hearing Wednesday night for a petition against the election board that claimed it failed to fully investigate complaint cases related to voter coercion and did not issue a reasonable sanction against Bruins United candidates Bella Martin and Victoria Solkovits.
This was post was updated May 9 at 10:23 a.m.
The undergraduate student government judicial board decided to review a petition against the election board and postponed the swearing in of next year’s council.
A homophobic slur was found on an undergraduate student government office door Sunday morning.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council Academic Affairs Commission’s door was vandalized with the word “fag,” said Divya Sharma, Academic Affairs commissioner.
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