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Alternative Funding Models for the UC System

Thursday, May 17, marked the latest installment in the “Speak Out!” series, a symposium reflecting on the current economic and educational climate at the University of California. The event, titled, “Alternative Funding Models for...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: Pre-E3 2012: Nintendo’s Recovery Plan

This year’s E3 presentation from Nintendo, which is scheduled for June 5, will be the company’s most important yet. For the first time in 30 years Nintendo has posted a net loss. In their...

Protest and Policing in the UC’s

On May 10, UCR faculty members, community activists and former police chiefs gathered on campus for part one of “The History of Protest and Policing in the UC System and Beyond.” The program, in...

Laci Green’s Guide to The Best Sex Ever

UCR students were full of excitement and laughter last Wednesday, May 9, in HUB 302 as Laci Green shared her four-step guide to “The Best Sex Ever.” The lecture, which was presented by the...

Carissa Phelps enlightens UCR community

Attorney, author, and activist Carissa Phelps spoke to UCR students and faculty about her experiences with child trafficking and exploitation. The inspirational speaker revealed how she has changed her life and the lives of...

Free Speech and Civil Disobedience

On May 2, UCR hosted its second event in the Speak Out Series “Free Speech and Civil Disobedience,” in response to recent student protests and police brutality within the UC system. Sponsored by CHASS,...

Interview with Juan Felipe Hererra

Managing Editor Kevin Keckeisen sat down with Professor Juan Felipe Herrera on Wednesday, May 2, to discuss his recent appointment as California poet laureate, his life and the craft of writing. Kevin Keckeisen: How did...

United Way Worldwide Conference

In celebration of the 125th anniversary of United Way Worldwide, the 2nd Annual Community Leaders Conference was held in Nashville, Tennessee. There, UCR Student United Way (SUW) gained national recognition for extensive community involvement....

Tomás Rivera Conference: A Night of History and Culture

UCR students, faculty and alumni stood in a seemingly endless line at the HUB last Wednesday, anticipating the highly acclaimed Chicana author Sandra Cisneros. In celebration of the Tomás Rivera Conference and the 40th...

Los Angeles Review of Books

In a time when many would contend the world of literature is in decline, Tom Lutz, professor of creative writing, has created a haven for the lovers of words, avid readers and eager knowledge...