ASUCI: The major platforms at this year’s candidate forum revolve around housing and school fees.
CYCLING: Spring quarter marks the start of cycling tickets, but some students and faculty won’t comply.
Floyd Tran is a third-year psychology and social behavior major. This year’s Office of the Student Services seemed to experience a problem with people not pulling their weight in the office. As a leader, how do you plan on making sure the students of UCI are getting their money’s worth in terms of work done […]
ACADEMICS: Chemistry department celebrates achievement of receiving the 2006 Breakthrough Award.
Chelsey Liwag-Estrada is a second-year psychology major. Every year we hear students complain about the lack of concerts on campus, especially compared to other UCs. How, with specific ideas, do you plan to address this problem? Compared to other UCs, our current funds and resources are very limited. We simply lack the monetary support to […]
Oracio Sanchez is a third-year Spanish major. Pretend I am an average UCI student, with no connection to any club, sorority, fraternity or social group and I know nothing about you or any of the other candidates. Give me one unique reason why I should vote for you over anyone else. My reason for why […]
Dan Brooker is a third-year European studies major. What is the state of external affairs and what would you do differently? I would have to say that the state of external affairs are going pretty well. But like any system, we should always try to do more things better. We have to push more off […]
Perry Yeats is a second-year political science major The average UCI student has no idea what the Office of Academic Affairs does. Explain what you do as if you were explaining it to someone from another planet. Like other offices in ASUCI, Academic Affairs hosts a number of programs for undergraduates, except that our programs […]
Kyle M. Olney is a third-year mechanical engineering and political science double major. What is the state of external affairs and what would you do differently? As far as external affairs is concerned, I think that my main priority would be focusing UCSA into being efficient and self-actualizing body. Right now, it’s a bit scatterbrained; […]
Walter Tyrell Shatford IV is a third-year mathematics major. What makes you unique as a candidate? I want to take ASUCI beyond what it has traditionally been. When policy is created that is against student interest, such as the $500 fee hike, it doesn’t matter which position in ASUCI you hold; you should say something. […]