Monday, February 20, 2017

A.S. Council President Juarez Announces Plan for 2017

Following the release of the Associated Students Office of the President’s quarterly report on Dec. 6, the UCSD Guardian and A.S. Council President Daniel Juarez met to discuss new services implemented by A.S. Council...

1/11/17 A.S. Council Meeting

Hello everyone! My name is Zaid Mansuri and in this weekly column I will be going over updates on what is happening in Associated Students. Due to it being week one, I only have...

OceanView Holds Grand Opening After Full Renovation

OceanView restaurant in Thurgood Marshall College hosted its grand opening Wednesday afternoon, featuring free samples of food, live music and free shirts. The restaurant is located next to the Marshall resident halls and will serve...

Khosla Commits Funding for Undocumented Student Services

The UC San Diego Associated Students Office of the President announced on Dec. 29 that the university will begin funding services for undocumented students. Chancellor Khosla, in response to requests from students and the Vice Chancellor...

2016 @ UCSD: A Year in Review

Replacement Jobs for Laid off Theatre and Dance Department Production Staff Not Guaranteed By Matthew Zamudio // November 23, 2016 Photo Courtesy of UCSD Communications The UCSD Guardian has discovered that while the Theatre and Dance Department...

UC San Diego Announces Plan for Downtown Outpost

UC San Diego announced Monday that it plans to open a $42 million, 66,000-square-foot campus extension in the East Village neighborhood of downtown on the corner of Park Boulevard and Market Street. Construction of...

Faculty Votes in Favor of Division-I

In an advisory vote sent to Chancellor Pradeep Khosla, faculty members expressed their support for the university’s move to Division-I athletics, the Academic Senate announced on Wednesday. The voting period began on Dec. 1...

Hi Thai Lease Renewed for Two Years

The University Center Advisory Board voted on Nov. 30 to renew the lease for Hi Thai for two years after weeks of deliberation. The restaurant specializing in Asian Thai cuisine has been serving food...

A.S. Proposed Key Changes During Fall Quarter

This Fall Quarter has seen major changes to the Associated Students’ policy with new innovative projects and increased programs for students. A.S.’s budget has increased this school year due to high enrollment and increased...

Expert Says Literature Building Not a Cancer Cluster

In response to fears among faculty that the Literature Building causes cancer, Dr. Thomas Mack, a professor of preventative medicine and pathology considered an expert on the causation of cancers, gave a public lecture...

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