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New Academic Year, New You

And we're back. Back to coffee-powered cram sessions, naps in your 8 o’clock lecture, mortifying call-outs by your professor for said naps, narcoleptic body jolts...

Track and field: Sprinting ahead on the track and in the...

On Wednesday, April 4 the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) announced their 2018 All Academic MPSF Student-Athlete selections for both men’s and women’s track...

UCR research investigates educational differences in children’s storybooks internationally

A UCR cross-cultural psychology article titled “Learning-Related Values in Young Children’s Storybooks: An Investigation in the United States,” published in the Journal of Cross-Cultural...

Campus Cope: Changing majors

Regardless of whether you came from a position in which you felt fully knowledgeably of what you wanted to do after college or if...

A Word of Advice From … Assistant Professor Cecilia Cheung

  In July of 2016, UCR assistant professor Cecilia Cheung, Ph. D, was awarded the American Psychological Association’s 2016 Early Career Research Grant in Developmental...

DJ Lynnee Denise breaks down the politics of DJing

For most millennials, DJs are pretty standard fare, and in the world of music, practically ubiquitous. However, while DJs are practically ubiquitous now, the...

Defeating the College Triangle: Lesson Three: Grades

We’ve now reached the final stage of our “Defeating the College Triangle” series, aimed to help you dedicated college-goers become the well-rounded, academically balanced...

Seven “DON’Ts” for a stress-free freshman year

As the four grueling, yet vital years of high school have come to a close, many freshly faced 18 or near-18 year olds are...

Global studies lecture provides insight on social media protests

On Dec. 3, renowned activist and author Todd Gitlin gave a lecture on the effects of the Occupy Wall Street movement and the future...

Students who skip class deserve to be called deserters

As the school year nears its end, UCR administrators have noticed a considerable decline in student attendance and focus. Students are simply not as...