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The Museum of the Bible is no apocalypse

A few blocks from the National Mall in Washington, D.C., a new Bible-themed museum has kicked a hornet’s nest of irrational outrage. The aptly-named...

Lit Pick of the Week: “God: A Human History” by Reza Aslan

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation whenever possible. This...

UCR IT layoffs could mean less support for more students: Former IT staff speak...

The Highlander sat down this week with Robert Newman, a former UCR Information Technology Services (ITS) employee to discuss the recent spate of layoffs...

Union members protest low wages and layoffs

Members of the University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE), a union covering over 12,000 employees of the University of California (UC), protested at the...

UCR-Texas A&M research team awarded $1.2 million NSF grant

A team of researchers from UC Riverside and Texas A&M University (TAMU) have received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF)...

Source: UC ignores UCR Counseling and Psychological Services in contract talks

Employees in UCR’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) department await the results of negotiation requests in these next two weeks between the University of...

Personal freedom: Is Iran our new moral standard?

Corrupt autocracy. Theocratic oppression. Legal and illegal organ markets. If this description screamed “Iran” at you, you’d be correct. Recently, investigative work by the...

UCR researchers discover new, high-efficiency photodetectors

UCR researchers this week announced a major breakthrough in microelectronics that will allow for more efficient and effective photodetector technology. A team led by...

UCPD sheds light on campus emergency preparation

A Las Vegas country music festival, Route 91 Harvest, ended in tragedy on Sunday, Oct. 1 as a lone gunman shot and killed 59...

Bilingualism Matters launches at UCR

A cross-disciplinary team of UCR professors and researchers is trying to promote bilingualism by establishing a local chapter of the Bilingualism Matters project. Organized...