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A large, magnificent sight appears in downtown Riverside that the city’s citizens and UCR students have wanted for so long: Thousands of people are flowing into the city, the streets are bustling and life is moving. All this — […]Read more ›
Much like UCR’s current ethnic studies requirement, a new proposal by some members of the UCR community would require UCR students to take a gender studies class before they graduate. According to representatives, the proposal “is meant to raise awareness […]Read more ›
When considering whether the new stores opened by Dining Services are worth the money spent to build them, students need to ask whether these new stores really meet any sort of demand. Do we really want these stores, and if […]Read more ›
On May 1, UCR welcomed a new Scotty’s near the UCR School of Medicine. The fifth of its kind around campus, Scotty’s is UCR’s personalized convenience store with multiple locations around campus. Unlike the other locations, this store will offer […]Read more ›
About 400 trees are being planted throughout UC Riverside with the help of a grant provided by the Green Trees for the Golden State Grant Program, a statewide initiative to support sustainable urban and community forests in California. The two-year-long […]Read more ›
A psychiatry residency program, sponsored by the UCR School of Medicine and the Riverside County Department of Mental Health, has received accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the national regulatory body in charge of overseeing graduate […]Read more ›
UCR was once again recognized in the fifth annual Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges for 2014 as one of the top green colleges in North America. The schools were selected based on a 2013 survey of administrators from […]Read more ›