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ASUCR pushes for greater voter registration; one senator resigns

Voter registration was a major area of focus in the Oct. 11 ASUCR Senate meeting as an overwhelming number of senators discussed their plans and efforts to register students in the upcoming weeks. Other...

City of Riverside wins national green fleet award

On Oct. 4, the city of Riverside was ranked number one in the Government Green Fleets category during the Green Fleet Conference, due to its success in reducing public-sector vehicle emissions. Among the criteria for...

UCSA elects Morales as new president following resignation of Salceda

Board members of the University of California Student Association (UCSA) recently announced that President Angelica Salceda has resigned from her position. Citing personal and private obligations, the third-year law student at UC Berkeley decided to...

Jerry Brown passes higher education legislation

This month, Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that will affect California's college and university students and faculty on multiple levels. The bills passed during the 2011-2012 state legislative session involve: future fee increases, expansions...

ACTA study identifies needed reform in UC and CSU system

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5jNK0IKdfg The California Master Plan for Higher Education promised all Californian college students access to a high-quality and affordable education. 50 years later, that promise is crippled and conditional for students who have limited access...

“Dishonored” Video Game Review

Do you like “Bioshock” and the “Assassin’s Creed” series? If you answered no, you probably don’t play a lot of video games or you aren’t a very sensible person. But if you answered yes,...

UCR Medical School receives accreditation

After months of anticipation, the UCR School of Medicine has been approved to open its doors and will begin student enrollment in the summer of 2013. The Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME), the...

UC will pay nearly $1 million to pepper-sprayed protesters in settlement

In the aftermath of last November's pepper-spraying incident at UC Davis, the University of California has agreed to pay nearly $1 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the afflicted protesters. On Nov. 18, 2011,...

News In Brief

New Chancellor Appointed to CA Community Colleges Brice W. Harris was recently named chancellor of the California Community College system, the nation’s largest community college system. With over 112 different campuses, Harris will be taking...

Chancellor White to Leave UCR, named head of CSU system

The California State University Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of current UC Riverside Chancellor Timothy White as the system’s new chancellor. In an email to UCR students and faculty sent the morning of...