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Campus closure extended to June 19; Remote instruction to continue for...

In a campuswide email, UCR Interim Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Tom Smith and Vice Provost and...

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...

Billionaires should be giving more than pocket change in times of...

Courtesy of Brian Solis via Flickr With COVID-19 sweeping the nation at an unprecedented rate, it is clear...

Mandatory social distancing can provide desired time for positive personal growth

The world as we know it is in a state of disarray as the COVID-19 pandemic has completely uprooted our way of...

Campus Cope: keeping busy despite this situation

Courtesy of Pexels It seems like just moments ago, we sat in our lecture halls and stuffy discussion...

COVID-19 has disproportionately affected the homeless in the US

Amidst the COVID-19 madness, many people in America fear for their well-being and future. One of the groups most often overlooked during...

ASPB cancels all spring events amid coronavirus concerns

All events hosted by the UCR Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) have been canceled until further notice according to a post published...

In the midst of the COVID-19 campus closure, UC administrators are...

Courtesy of UC Riverside Two months ago, when news first broke of the spread of novel coronavirus COVID-19...

Graduation in a time of uncertainty

Empty chairs before the Clemson graduation Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Spring quarter is a thrilling time for any...

The global economic impact of COVID-19 does not necessarily have to...

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons This past week, the U.S. has topped China and Italy in total confirmed cases...