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ASUCR shows support for on-campus communities, removes stipend limit for ASPB

ASUCR held its weekly meeting last Wednesday, May 23. Here are the highlights: Acknowledgement of indigenous lands … CHASS senator Grant Nakaoka proposed...

ASUCR: Moore and Ayra talk with Wilcox about sexual misconduct

ASUCR held its weekly meeting last Wednesday, May 16. Here are the highlights:   Budget for next year approved … Vice President of Finance Jose...

Student Voice Committee seeks more active role in improving student experience

As the UCR student body increases in number, the Student Voice Committee (SVC) sees feedback as vital in assuring the quality of campus services...

“If they fought for us then, we should fight for them now”

Last Tuesday, April 24 was the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, where 1.5 million Christian Armenians were killed by the Young Turks in World...

UCLA mechanical and aerospace engineer appointed as BCOE dean

Two years have passed since BCOE was assigned an interim dean, but now, an engineering professor from UCLA has been named the new official...

Free lab coats and no more week 10 finals? ASUCR debates spring agenda

ASUCR held their first senate meeting of spring quarter on Wednesday, April 4, beginning at 6:38 p.m. The Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) led...

Unblocked: UCR research reveals abundance of anti-adblocking software

On Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017, a UCR research study was published reporting that up to 3,050 of the top 10,000 visited websites use anti-ad...

Indiana University sociology professor presents the effects of globalization on U.S. cities

On Thursday, Feb. 15, Sociology Professor Arthur S. Alderson of Indiana University delivered a seminar in HMNSS 1500 on the effects of globalization in...

UCR bioengineer earns research grant toward bioinspired molecular electrets development

On Wednesday, Jan. 31, it was released that UCR bioengineering Professor Valentine Vullev received a grant from Fulbright, an American scholarship program, to conduct...

UCR research on mantis shrimp claws provides insight on producing stronger and lighter material

On Tuesday, Jan. 16, Professor David Kisailus, the Winston Chung Endowed Professor in Energy Innovation in UCR’s Bourns College of Engineering, published a research...