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UCR lays groundwork for double bike lane, Lot 32

Students will ride safer with the upcoming installation of a double bike lane near campus, which aims to reduce bicycling accidents and alleviate traffic...

UC regents seek to improve community college transfers to UC system

Last week’s UC regents meeting in Sacramento featured the presentation of a report examining improvements to the California community college-UC transfer pathway and the...

UC Cooperative Extension celebrates 100th anniversary

UC Riverside Chancellor Kim Wilcox encouraged students, faculty and staff on campus to count pollinators as part of a statewide crowdsourcing event on Thursday,...

67 elections violations reported by ASUCR judicial branch

ASUCR justices reported that 67 elections violations took place during this year’s ASUCR elections and over 30 strikes were handed out, according to Chief...

UCR lab incident may be latest in series

  The unplugging of a freezer in the Genomics Building that occurred on May 1 is the latest incident in a series of events that...

Former UCR chancellor discusses nuclear fusion

Former UCR chancellor and renowned physicist Raymond L. Orbach returned to UCR on Friday, April 25, to give a lecture on “Science and Diplomacy”...

UCR named to Princeton Guide’s 332 top green colleges list

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...

Divestment returns to ASUCR senate

The ASUCR senate confirmed that SR 18, “A Resolution for Neutrality: Dissociation from U.S. Corporations Profiting from Occupation” will be voted upon on April...

Two female students report possible attempted abductions to UCPD

Two female students were victims of possible attempted abductions that occurred on the evening of Saturday, April 12, near Big Springs Road. UCPD detectives,...

UCR to offer free workshops on endangered Native American language

Students and members of the general public will have free access to a series of Cahuilla language workshops that will begin on April 15....