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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Graduating seniors reflect on their time at UCR

As one journey ends, another begins. Graduation and commencement are underway and differ from last year’s fully remote commencement, as they are being held in a limited, in-person fashion. Reflecting upon their upcoming commencement...

ASUCR’s Student Voice Committee completes their second case study

ASUCR’s Student Voice Committee conducted their second case study following the success of their first one conducted in March. The committee's overall goal is to amplify student voices at UCR and to ensure that...

ASUCR’s final meeting marked with a protest walkout

On Wednesday, June 2, ASUCR held their final meeting of the spring quarter and of the school year. Due to a walkout protest, the meeting was extended to three hours. CHASS senators Christopher Kent...

2020-2021 Year in Review

UCR’s 2020-2021 school year has been anything but uneventful. From continuous COVID-19 restrictions to extreme budget cuts, the university community has had to face many new changes and challenges this year. Here is the...

UCR Alumna’s lawsuit dismissed by the court but copyright claim expected to go to...

A federal court in Riverside, CA has dismissed parts of a case involving two UCR professors, non-profit company S.T.R.O.N.G Edutainment and the Regents of the University of California. On June 7, the court announced...

ASUCR’s ninth meeting prepares to finish off the year by updating the student body...

On Wednesday, May 26, ASUCR held their ninth meeting of the quarter.  The California Public Interest Group kicked off the meeting by providing their year in review presentation. This year, the student-run and student-funded advocacy...

‘I saw the light with the undergrad scholars,’ UCR students advocate for administrative support...

When Jazmin Garcia first got accepted to UCR as a transfer student from Mount San Antonio College, she was unable to attend due to housing insecurity and transportation issues. She reapplied a year later,...

News in Brief: Vaccination update for fall quarter

Spring quarter is rapidly drawing to a close, prompting UCR to inform incoming and continuing students about vaccination requirements for the fall. In an email sent en masse to the student population, Vice Chancellor...

ASUCR releases statement in support of Palestinian students, staff and faculty

On Monday, May 17, ASUCR released a statement affirming their support for Palestinian students, faculty and staff at UCR in addition to all those  affected by the violence taking place in Gaza as a...

UC Riverside ecologists help tribal nations adapt to climate change

UC Riverside ecologists are working alongside researchers from San Diego State University and the Climate Science Alliance's Tribal Working Group in the California Strategic Growth Council's Climate Change Research Program’s project, dedicated to aiding...