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UCSB shooting opens old wounds

Four people — two suspects and two UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) students — have been hospitalized after a domestic disturbance and shooting incident was reported in the Isla Vista neighborhood near UCSB last Monday. The...

Mexico funds $10 million for collaborative research between Mexico and UC

On Thursday, March 30, University of California President Janet Napolitano, along with  Mexican Secretary of Energy, Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, announced new funding of $10 million to be distributed by the National Council of Science...

ASUCR passes resolution of no confidence in UC Regents

The fourth ASUCR senate meeting was called to order on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 6:16 p.m. with five members of the senate present at the time. Quorum was met at 6:40 p.m. Once quorum...

Proposition 51: A look at its pros and cons

Proposition 51 is a new ballot measure that will be up for vote on Nov. 8 and would allow for the state of California to issue $9 billion in general obligation bonds —  municipal...

UC Davis Professor speaks at UCR about wine grapes

UC Davis Professor of Enology Andrew Waterhouse presented a lecture about wine grapes entitled Vinifera: A Responsive Source of Secondary Products in the UCR Genomics auditorium last Wednesday, May 20. The hour-long lecture attracted...

[YOU]CR party sweeps ASUCR elections, but with controversy

ASUCR elections have concluded with the passage of all three referenda items—ASUCR constitutional substitution, ASPB fee referendum and theater free referendum—and all 20 senate positions filled by CR candidates. The goal of 20 percent...

BCOE introduces online master’s program

To expand UC Riverside’s growing graduate division, the Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) is launching an online master of science program (MSOL) fall 2013. Announced on Jan. 28, the graduate program is aimed at...

ASUCR: proposes opt-out fee

The ASUCR senate convened last Wednesday November 18, 2015, to discuss a variety of topics, among them the presentation of the Student Advocacy, Governance and Engagement (SAGE) opt-out fee. University of California Student Association (UCSA)...

TAPS to launch Donations for Citations program

Starting from Nov. 27 and ending on Dec. 15, Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) will be hosting Donations for Citations. Students who have received a citation below $100 have an opportunity to have their...

Workers and students protest for fair labor practices

About 25 students and UCR workers gathered to march across campus this Tuesday to protest alleged unfair UC labor practices, including laying off employees and outsourcing jobs. Organized by AFSCME 3299, part of one of...