51.7 F
Riverside, US
Monday, April 6, 2020

ASUCR Elections Committee cancels all on-campus election events

On Tuesday, March 18, ASUCR Elections Director Dyanna Castaneda announced in a campuswide email that the ASUCR Elections Committee has cancelled all on-campus events, in adherence to UCR’s enactment of COVID-19 safety...

UCR implements changes to spring 2020 late payment penalties in response to COVID-19

UCR will be implementing changes to the spring 2020 late payment penalties according to a campuswide email sent from UCR’s The Office of the Registrar. 

UC President Janet Napolitano issues executive order that grants all employees an allotment of...

On Monday March 16, University of California (UC) President Janet Napolitano issued an executive order that allows all employees to receive a one-time allotment of up to 128 hours of paid administrative...

UCR strictly curtails on-campus research activities to those that cannot be postponed or restarted

Lydia Tsou / HIGHLANDER On March 17, UCR Interim Provost Thomas Smith and Vice Chancellor of Research and Economic Development (VCRED) Rodolfo Torres announced that UCR is strictly...

UCR announces instructional technology updates for students and faculty in response to COVID-19 and...

Lloyd Kao / HIGHLANDER On Saturday, March 14, UCR’s Interim Chief Information Officer of Information Technology Services David Gracy made recommendations for students and faculty who need to...

UCR announces all instruction will be delivered remotely for the entirety of spring quarter;...

On Saturday, March 14, UCR Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox sent a campuswide email announcing that all instruction will be delivered remotely for the entirety of spring quarter....

Campus Communications announces that in-person instruction will be suspended through April 3, 2020 to...

On March 10, Campus Communications sent a mass email to the UCR campus community announcing that instructors should plan to teach spring quarter courses fully online through April 3, 2020, and prepare...

UCR grad students organize march in solidarity with Santa Cruz wildcat protests

Approximately 350 protesters gathered in the lawn outside Orbach Science Library on March 5 to stand in solidarity with the UC Santa Cruz (UCSC) graduate student wildcat strike. Margarita Vizcarra, an organizer,...

Students meet with chancellors to discuss UCR’s response to COLA strikes

On Thursday March 4 at 3:30 p.m., four students met with Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Brian Haynes and Executive Vice Chancellor Thomas A. Smith for one hour...

UC-AFT holds rally in support of better working conditions for lecturers

Lecturers, graduate students and undergraduate students gathered underneath the “Change Things” and “Things Change” sculpture outside the Arts Building on Friday, March 3 at 12 p.m. to show solidarity before the University...