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Europe’s short-sighted tech laws

Europe has cemented its reputation as being one of the toughest enforcers of Silicon Valley tech companies, and rightly so. Throughout Europe, people have...

Several ASUCR candidates face potential disqualification over campaign violations

An ASUCR Judicial Council meeting was held on Friday, May 3 to hear appeals from then-candidates Julian Gonzalez, Lennin Kuri, Isaiah Kim and Luis...

Simulation helps train faculty to better recognize psychological distress in students

For the past three years, UCR faculty and staff have utilized an online training simulation designed to help people identify and respond to students...

Research on citrus fruit provides insight into causes of tartness

While citrus fruits are generally known for their tartness and acidity, it was not known why this was until UCR researchers recently discovered the...

AFSCME patient care and technical workers set to strike this April

Following an unfair labor practice lawsuit filed against the UC system last week by Patient Care Technical workers, who are represented by the American...

International Women’s Day celebrated with march on Chancellor’s office

International Women’s Day was this past Friday, March 8, and a group of students gathered at the UCR sign near the Bell Tower to...

ASUCR Outreach director position will now fall under VP of Finance

The Outreach Director, the ASUCR position responsible for coordinating UCR’s outreach efforts to students and the community, will be absorbed by the Finance Committee....

ASUCR Parliamentarian dismissed, circumstances unclear

ASUCR’s Parliamentarian Jose Rodriguez, who joined the organization this academic year and was responsible for advising the senate on proper procedure (i.e. Robert’s Rules...

ASUCR updates bylaws, consolidates Outreach Director position

ASUCR met last Wednesday, Feb. 20 to discuss upcoming projects, revise certain bylaws and review standard procedure. Here are some highlights from the meeting: ...

Concerns over new Title IX regulations raise questions for UC policy

In November 2018, the Department of Education released new regulatory proposals to Title IX. According to the press release the “proposed rule seeks to...