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UCR students rally in support of UC Santa Cruz cost of living adjustment strikes

On Friday, Feb. 21 at approximately 11:30 a.m., students rallied around the UCR Bell Tower to stand in solidarity with the UC Santa Cruz (UCSC) wildcat strike and in support of “COLA,”...

Online instruction poses challenges for dance, STEM and theater, fine art and digital production...

Courtesy of UCR's Department of Biochemistry The first week of remote learning has begun at UC Riverside, and with it, students have had to adapt to the transition...

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...

Newly elected ASUCR transfer and nontraditional student director finds her place

During a special elections meeting, the ASUCR senate elected Kaitylyn Hall to fill the recently vacated transfer and nontraditional student director position on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Hall is a fourth-year education and history major. In...

Former ASUCR president runs for Riverside City Council

Aram Ayra, a UCR alumni from the class of 2018 and former ASUCR president, is running for Riverside City Council Ward 2. As a political science student at UCR, Ayra rose from being a CHASS...

ASUCR senators provide updates on the affairs of CHASS

On March 3, ASUCR’s CHASS senators met with the Interim Dean of CHASS Juliet McMullin to discuss budget cuts, classroom density for fall 2021, the current academic regulations for spring 2021, student efforts to...

Graduating seniors reflect on their time at UCR

As one journey ends, another begins. Graduation and commencement are underway and differ from last year’s fully remote commencement, as they are being held in a limited, in-person fashion. Reflecting upon their upcoming commencement...

Transfer Success Zone manager discusses Zone’s objectives

Sixteen hundred transfer students were enrolled at UC Riverside this fall quarter. This is just a hundred shy of the projected fall enrollment by Emily Engelschall, director of Undergraduate Admissions at UCR. In response...

Service animals on campus disrupted by students, staff and faculty

Recently, concerns raised by students regarding disruptions to service animals on campus were addressed in a campus wide email sent by Joe Virata. According to UCR’s Policies and Procedures, an animal trained to provide...

UCR’s online Master of Science in Engineering program rises in rank

UCR’s online Master of Science in Engineering (MSOL) program has risen from rank 51 to rank 33 in 2019 by the News and World Report. MSOL is an online program created by the Bourns...