ASUC Office of Academic Affairs seeks academic policy changes

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The office of the ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President is advocating for various campus academic policy changes for the fall semester in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, online learning and California wildfires.

The ASUC Office of the Academic Affairs is seeking to relax the pass/no pass, or P/NP, unit cap, among other academic policy recommendations for this semester.
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Unity, not divisiveness

CAMPUS ISSUES: The Committee on University and External Affairs’ decision to postpone Senate Bill 11 indefinitely was the right thing to do.

On Monday, the ASUC Standing Committee on University and External Affairs indefinitely postponed a bill that addressed academic relations with Israeli institutions after some senators said the naturally divisive bill would hurt the long-term workability of the ASUC senate class.
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