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Campus Cope: R’Pantry is dedicated to helping students like me

After a fall out with my mother a year ago, I have not relied on my parents’ financial support to make it through my...

The US government’s COVID-19 stimulus program needs a lot of work...

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen as the world adjusts to the current reality that we live in. The turmoil of the pandemic has...

The $2 trillion in US relief funds is an economic effort,...

On Friday, March 27, President Donald Trump signed the Coronavirus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law, thereby allocating $2...

Cortez Basic Aid and Needs Referendum takes center stage at ASUCR...

On May 15, the seventh ASUCR Senate meeting of the quarter was called to order at 6:33 p.m. During senator reports, President Pro Tempore and...

You can’t rule the world without friends: withdrawing aid damages US...

There are perhaps no better examples of the benefits of American foreign aid than Japan, South Korea and Germany. These are countries that once...

WELL Director & R’Pantry Coordinator discuss food insecurity at UCR

Recent ASUCR senate resolutions, UCR student studies and proposed referendums have called attention to the prevalence of food insecurity at UCR. In 2015, the...

Referendum seeks to address food insecurity and basic needs on campus

On Wednesday Jan. 16th, ASUCR voted and passed the Basic Aids and Needs Referendum (BANR). The BANR’s purpose is to improve the R’Pantry’s ability...

ASUCR passes resolution to house victims of the California wildfires

On Wed. Jan. 9, ASUCR passed the senate resolution “Providing Assistance to Wildfire Victims” which calls on the UCR administration to house victims of...

Middle Class Scholarship supports CSU, UC students

Last year, the California legislature approved the Middle Class Scholarship (MCS) program, which provides stipends to undergraduates in UCs and CSUs with family incomes...