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So your governor just broke his own COVID safety guidelines —...

California Governor Gavin Newsom got himself into hot water when he was spotted at a maskless party in Napa Valley on Nov. 18, despite...

Domestic abuse is the most dangerous side effect of quarantine

As a result of lockdowns, domestic violence rates have skyrocketed worldwide, putting many families in danger. With nowhere to go and rules keeping people...

We should not expect progressive changes from the Biden Administration without...

Although Joe Biden’s win was a positive turn of events given the last four catastrophic years, the fight for a better America is not...

The UCR on-campus community faces uncertainty as Thanksgiving break draws near

With COVID-19 cases on the rise and the Thanksgiving holiday just around the corner, health experts and government officials are urging citizens to maintain...

UCR pilots cellphone-based program used to notify users of coronavirus exposure

UCR students are now part of the California program aimed to stop the spread of COVID-19. The California Department of Public Health, Department of Technology...

News in Brief — UCR COVID-19 laboratory expands in response to...

COVID-19 cases are continuing to rise, with Riverside County’s coronavirus-related hospitalizations doubling since the beginning of November. In response, just two months past its...

California lockdowns without proper relief will cause more harm than good

At the time of writing, California has surpassed one million confirmed COVID cases, and Governor Gavin Newsom is implementing large reopening rollbacks along with...

The Pfizer vaccine could change the course of the pandemic, but...

After an arduous year of endless bad news surrounding the pandemic, the world now has a glimmer of hope. The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has...

New working group to find a solution for UCR Athletics’ budgetary...

Due to the onslaught of COVID-19 and the subsequent losses in revenue and funding, UCR’s Budget Advisory Committee (BAC) released recommendations over the summer...

News in Brief: UCR to remain online through winter quarter

All UCR students and faculty received a winter quarter email update from Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox and Interim Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Thomas...