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UCR physics and astronomy department educates public on lunar eclipses

A lecture on lunar eclipses was held in Bourns Hall Room A265 Friday, September 25, before the super moon total lunar eclipse that took place Sunday night. The talk was conducted by Mario De...

ASUCR Approves $15,000 in budget cuts, R’Gear program also reduces costs

ASUCR Vice President of Finance Shafi Karim proposed approximately $15,000 in budget cuts for what was described as wasteful ASUCR spending. The cuts, which eliminated food costs for meetings, some promotional expenses and reduced...

UCR students studying in Paris reported as safe

Six UC Riverside students who were studying in Paris during the Nov. 13 theater shootings and bombings were reported as safe on Friday by Chancellor Kim Wilcox. According to UC Media Relations Director Diane...

R’Gear launches into second year

Beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 12, hundreds of UCR freshmen formed a line that originated from the Student Recreation Center (SRC) Arena and extended out to the intersection of W. Linden Street and...

Professor Stanley Stewart remembered by students, peers

Professor of English Literature Stanley Stewart passed away in his home in Riverside on Feb. 9, 2016 at the age of 84. He joined UCR’s English Department in 1961 and received a Guggenheim Fellowship...

CSU and CFA reach agreement after year of negotiations

The California State Faculty Association (CFA) and California State University (CSU) administrators have reached an agreement in a yearlong battle over faculty raises. Over the next three years CSU faculty will receive a total...

ASUCR: Queer Alliance pushes back against grant revocation

ASUCR convened on Wednesday in the senate chambers to pass two resolutions. The first resolution aimed to condemn the Islamophobic, racist and sexist hate crime wherein graduate students offices were vandalized last month. The...

UC Riverside historian awarded fellowship to study early Seattle

UC Riverside historian Megan Asaka has been awarded a Dumbarton Oaks Mellon Fellowship in urban landscape studies by Harvard University. This fellowship will help her continue research on the effect of migrant and transient...

U.S. Under Secretary of Education speaks at UCR to launch Living the Promise campaign

At 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, United States Under Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell, spoke at the launch of UCR’s Living the Promise campaign held in HUB 302. The symposia was the first...

UC student protesters shut down second day of UC Regents meeting

SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California is facing a significant transitional period come Jan. 1, 2017. That day, as of time of writing, is expected to mark the first time in six years...