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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

UC Riverside responds to coronavirus in new ways; university researchers identify potential drug target

The spread of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is growing in the U.S. with the death toll rising to 19 as of Sunday. On Friday, President Donald Trump signed an $8.3 billion...

ASUCR debates over possible liabilities of a Lyft initiative

During the March 4 ASUCR meeting, debates were heard over the potential liabilities involved with a Lyft initiative that would provide UCR students a Lyft discount code on the day of Spring...

ASUCR hosts special elections to fill vacant GSOE senator position

Four candidates applied for the position of Graduate School of Education (GSOE) senator on Wednesday, March 4 at the weekly ASUCR meeting. A special election was held to fill the recently vacated...

Riverside city council town hall aims to connect UCR students with newly elected council...

On Thursday, March 5, at approximately 5:10 p.m., the ASUCR City Relations Committee, under the ASUCR Office of External Affairs held a Riverside City Council town hall in HUB 302 South. The...

Social Services panel discusses alleviating homelessness in Southern California

As homelessness rises in Southern California, the Dean’s Brand Ambassadors and UCR’s School of Public Policy (SPP) hosted a panel of policy practitioners from various social services agencies across Southern California to...

Former CEO of San Bernardino County discusses the city and county development of the...

The UCR Inland Center for Sustainable Development (ISCD) hosted a Randall Lewis Seminar on Thursday, March 5 featuring Greg Deveraux, former chief executive officer (CEO) of San Bernardino County and former city...

David Leonhardt lectures on the state of journalism at the 51st annual Hays Press-Enterprise...

On Thursday, Feb. 27, New York Times op-ed columnist David Leonhardt presented on both the evolution of modern journalism as well as some of the obstacles modern journalists face for the 51st...

Chancellor Wilcox expresses his belief that the UC should not drop SATs from admissions

On Tuesday, Feb. 18, the Los Angeles Times (LAT) published an Op-Ed written by UCR Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox in which Wilcox wrote that dropping the SATs could make UC admissions more...

ASUCR passes bill that would require any proposed stipend increases take effect the following...

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, ASUCR held their eighth senate meeting of the quarter.  During Public Forum, Amanda Riggle, a second-year English doctoral candidate, spoke in support of SR-W20-004 Solidarity...

MRB and the Office of Technology launch Lunch and Learn series to discuss MRB...

On Tuesday, Feb. 25, the Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB) and the Office of Technology Partnerships hosted their first inaugural Lunch and Learn to discuss MRB’s Life Science’s incubator. The incubator's first tenant,...