ASUC discusses Graduate Assembly independence, international students

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The Graduate Assembly, or GA, expressed its desire to become independent from the ASUC, citing equitable representation of graduate students and access to student union facilities as some of the reasons for the desired split. In order to maintain communication with the ASUC, GA members proposed a potential committee consisting of members from each respective group.

During its meeting Wednesday, the ASUC discussed the Graduate Assembly, or GA, push for independence, the ongoing struggles international students face from remote learning and the rise in xenophobia.
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