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Monday, January 20, 2020

Community meets to discuss provost and executive vice chancellor candidates

On Tuesday, Jan. 7, a campus-wide forum was hosted in HUB 260 to discuss desirable traits and qualifications for the new potential UC Riverside provost and executive vice chancellor positions. The search comes in...

Chancellor Wilcox announces that 2020 commencement will remain on-campus

On Wednesday, Dec. 11, Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox sent a campus-wide email announcing that the 2020 commencement ceremonies will remain on campus. The full list of dates and times will be posted on the...

Members of ASUCR express concern with rescheduled meeting and debate over eligibility requirements for...

On Sunday, Dec. 2, ASUCR held their last meeting of the fall quarter. The meeting was originally scheduled to take place on Wednesday, Dec. 4 but was rescheduled for Monday, Dec. 2 for unknown...

Commencement Working Group holds meeting to discuss 2020 ceremony

On Monday, Dec. 2, the Commencement Working Group held their second meeting to determine the best location for UCR’s 2020 graduation ceremonies. The Commencement Working Group was created to collaborate and brainstorm a course...

Parking Structure 1, set to begin construction in late January, will result in the...

The first two phases of construction for the new parking structure located in Lot 13, also known as Parking Structures 1 (PS1), is set to begin on Monday, Jan. 20. This will commence Phase...

$20 max cumulative fine goes into effect at the UCR Library

Effective Monday, Jan. 6, the UCR Library adopted a new maximum $20 cumulative fine for all reserve and recall fines. Previously, the maximum fine was $100, and all library privileges, interlibrary loans and course reserves...

ASUCR and TAPS meet to discuss solutions to ongoing parking problems

On Monday, Nov. 25, a rally was held outside of the parking services building located at 683 Linden St. after ASUCR president Julian Gonzalez issued a letter to the Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS)...

New ASUCR CNAS Senator Jaime Perez discusses his hopes and plans

During week seven, Jaime Perez was appointed as the new CNAS senator by Executive Vice President Abigail Cortes. The second CNAS alternate, Perez is a fourth-year biology major who says he is finally in...

TAPS adds new ‘My Commute’ feature on website

In the early fall quarter, UCR’s Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) added a new feature on their website called “My Commute.” This feature is designed to keep commuting students aware of road closures, traffic...

ASUCR discusses replacing election debates with an open house, ASUCR passes six pieces of...

On Wednesday, Nov. 20, ASUCR held their second State of the Association Meeting of the quarter. ASUCR executive cabinet members discussed what projects they have been working on or completed so far this quarter. During...