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These local businesses were once popular spots for the UCR community. Now, they are...

For many local businesses around UC Riverside, the coronavirus pandemic has posed significant and unforeseen challenges. The Getaway Cafe, located in Bannockburn Village, has been a popular destination for UCR students, faculty and staff for...

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...

ITS introduces virtual computer lab to assist students during remote spring quarter

Lloyd Kao / HIGHLANDER Information Technology Solutions (ITS) has announced UCR’s latest virtual computer lab (VLab) service run through Apporto. The VLab gives students access to common...

Chancellor Wilcox addresses students’ pressing concerns in spring campus update

Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox delivered his annual spring campus update online on Monday, May 4. Within the prerecorded video, he discussed the current status of UCR in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and...

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 experts weigh in on the future of the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has left many questions unanswered surrounding the long term effects it will carry with it. UCR researchers have been working to analyze these effects and inform the Riverside community...

UCR provides assistance for undocumented and international students despite CARES Act restrictions

Last month, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued guidelines detailing how colleges should distribute the $6.2 billion they were given through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act meant to ease...

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...

“Our top priority, which guides each decision we make, is the health and safety...

UCR along with universities throughout the country have transformed into completely remote institutions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In an exclusive email interview with The Highlander, Chancellor...

Gov. Newsom updates California budget, prioritizing public education

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed significant and unprecedented financial challenges across the nation. As a result, Gov. Gavin Newsom revised his January California budget proposal on Thursday, May 14, to aid in mitigating the...