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Cam Calkins: The man who went from teaching English in Indonesia to serving meals...

Misfit. That is the word that James Cameron Calkins, an employee of UCR’s dining services, uses to describe himself. He claims that what makes...

UCR study shows higher rates of health problems in minorities

A recent UCR study has observed that a larger number of adults from racial minorities experience health conditions such as diabetes and obesity. The...

Shane Ortega speaks on activism and personal experiences at “No One Left Behind”

For almost 10 years Shane Ortega has served as an influential figure in the LGBT community. Ortega has been on the forefront of advocacy;...

ASUCR and GSA strive for unity as GSA separates from UCSA

On Sept. 28, UC Riverside’s Graduate Student Association (GSA), along with six other UC GSA chapters, voted to leave the UC Student Association (UCSA),...

Cellar Door Bookstore hosts former UCR professor’s talk on capitalism

On Thursday, Oct. 26, the Cellar Door Bookstore, located on Canyon Crest Drive, less than a mile away from UCR campus, hosted a talk...

UCR to develop self-thinking drones with new grant

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted $1 million to UCR Research and Economic Development for a drone development study. The project, which is...

UCR hosts presentation on future of north campus

On May 3, 2016, UCR Chancellor Kim Wilcox introduced his plan to develop new buildings and businesses on the northern end of campus. This...

UCR fruit fly study’s findings could help explain human behavior

UCR researchers are exploring how experiencing rejection can influence future courtship behavior. The focus of this study was on behavioral patterns of male fruit...

UCR Dreamer speaks on DACA repeal

On September 5, President Donald Trump called for an end to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program originally implemented by former President...

Can climate change alter your sleep patterns? UCR professor thinks so

On May 26, 2017, UCR Professor Sara C. Mednick’s co-authored study on climate change and effects that it might have on human sleep patterns...