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The eleventh ASUCR meeting saw reports from the Executive Cabinet.

The eleventh Associated Students of UCR meeting took place on Wednesday, Jan. 19 remotely through Zoom. All senators were present, excluding CHASS senator Hoang...

Four UCR faculty are recipients of National Endowment of the Humanities

The National Endowment of the Humanities announced that $24.7 million will be allocated in grants for 208 humanities projects across the country. Among these...

UC Students petition against 95% in-person winter program

During the Associated Students of UCR’s seventh meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2021, CHASS Senator Victoria Nguyen announced that she, along with First Time...

The UC System announces second faculty member to receive Nobel Prize...

The UC Office of the President has announced a second 2021 Nobel-Prize laureate from the UC system. David Card, a labor economist at UC...

The UC must adjust tuition and fee costs to match the...

Yet again, the University of California (UC) has proven itself to be an all-for-profit business, neglecting the needs of their students during a pandemic....

The privatization of America’s failing public schools could save our education...

With an 85% graduation rate nationwide, more than 1 in every 10 students are failing out of the American public high school system. As...

Online schooling is mirroring a gate kept education system

As developed countries take the initiative to produce a system for online education, the government must work to ensure that all students have access...

Environmental organizations can better address socioeconomic and environmental issues through increased...

Environmental organizations all over the country are missing the mark when it comes to addressing the interconnectedness between racial and economic inequality and the...

Gov. Newsom updates California budget, prioritizing public education

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed significant and unprecedented financial challenges across the nation. As a result, Gov. Gavin Newsom revised his January California budget...

UCR’s CARE office works to educate students during Stalking Awareness Month

At the beginning of January, vibrant posters decorated the walls outside the Transfer and Commuter Lounge with messages encouraging students to “read between the...