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Graduate student Marcela Ramirez has been nominated for the position of UC student regent for the 2016-2017 school year. Ramirez, who is studying higher education administration and policy, will be the 42nd student regent if appointed by the UC Board […]Read more ›
Lead researchers of The Immortality Project — a collaborative philosophical, scientific and theological project that seeks to explore questions relating to immortality — presented the outlines of their research to the public at the Culver Art Center last Friday. This […]Read more ›
The first official food distribution of the mobile R’Food Pantry, an initiative started by affiliated organizations of the Chicano Student programs: Providing Opportunities Dreams Education in Riverside (PODER) and Undocumented Student Programs, began on Wednesday May 27. The initiative seeks […]Read more ›
UCR history professor Catherine Gudis spoke to the BBC Persian television station to discuss the impact of McDonald’s on American culture. As a 20th century U.S. cultural scholar who specializes in consumer culture, Gudis focused on the labor industry and […]Read more ›
Rome wasn’t built in one day. Like many cliches, I found the meaning of this phrase to be often lost in its frequent use. And it wasn’t until I met the UC Riverside softball team that I discovered the true […]Read more ›
Having a penchant for historically based plays, UCR professor Bella Merlin wrote a fascinating piece on one of the world’s first great actresses, Nell Gwynne. Titled “Nell Gwynne: A Dramatick Essaye on Acting and Prostitution,” this one-person, fact-based drama explores […]Read more ›
Last Thursday, May 14 and Friday, May 15, UCR’s very own department of theatre, film and digital production held its third annual film festival where UCR students, professors and alumni all showcased their films on the silver screen at the […]Read more ›