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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

A Word of Advice From … Professor Richard Cardullo

Professor Richard Cardullo is a monumental figure at UCR whose name can be heard in all corners of the campus. He began as a professor of biology 26 years ago, researching the process of...

Campus Cope: What to do this summer if you’re bored and have no friends

My first year at UCR, I was bored just about every day of the week while I was on campus. I didn’t drive, so I had to be dropped off early and picked up...

The Freshman 15: Halloween Celebrations

Fifteen bits of interest from the returners to the newcomers.  “If I was a freshman, I could celebrate Halloween at UCR by …” Attending organization parties Observing trick-or-treating Having a scary movie marathon in dorm hall Trick-or-treating in old...

Semana de La Mujer 2017

Monday: Mujer Monologues By: Martha Delgado, CW At 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27, doors opened to HUB 355 as students grabbed a Mujer journal and a pin before filling in the seats for the opening...

Goodwin’s Supermarket hosts seminar and tasting of organic foods

Ingredients like kale, chia seeds, agave and strawberry radishes were main attractions at Goodwin’s market. Before Wednesday night I’d hardly known what each of these ingredients were, let alone felt confident enough to purchase...

UCR’s Annual Chalk The Walk

On April 18 UCR student artists took chalk to concrete on the patio near the Coffee Bean to bring art to life and compete in this year’s 22nd annual Chalk the Walk event, hosted...

The 44th Annual Hays Press-Enterprise Lecture

Inclusivity and innovation were the themes of the lecture given by Professor and Director of USC Annenberg’s School of Journalism, Geneva Overholser. The talk was given Monday Feb. 13 for the 44th annual Hays...

Graduation recipe: Giant fortune cookie

Fortune cookies have a “wow” factor: Not only are you giving a delicious cookie to your friends or family, but you are also giving them an uplifting message to brighten their day. I like...

Getting to know Scotty Highlander

Scotty the Bear Scotty Highlander, more commonly known as Scotty the Bear, is the face of UCR, known for exemplifying the Tartan Soul values that UCR thrives on and the determination and brawniness that...

Alumni Profile: Azadeh Zohrabi

Azadeh Zohrabi, who graduated from UCR with magna cum laude in 2008 and from Hastings College of Law in 2012, has recently been awarded the Soros Justice Fellowship—a grant which advocates international human rights...