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Assemblymen and educators meet to discuss how to improve college attendance...

A recent meeting between educators and lawmakers from the Inland Empire was held to discuss how to raise college attendance in the area. Chancellor...

Proposition 51: A look at its pros and cons

Proposition 51 is a new ballot measure that will be up for vote on Nov. 8 and would allow for the state of California...

UCR professor awarded grant to help middle school students with learning...

Professor at the UCR Graduate School of Education Rollanda O’Connor has been awarded a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute...

Hillary Clinton takes campaign to UC Riverside

  A crowd of over 1,000 people attended a campaign rally for U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton held in UCR Athletics’ Johnson Family Practice...

Advance parole will advance undocumented students’ education

There is a little-known law called “advance parole” that allows people who are not documented American citizens to leave the country under certain conditions...

Riverside assemblymen lose fight for Corinthian College bill

This past April, the U.S. Department of Education fined the for-profit Corinthian College system $30 million for misleading loan agencies and students regarding the...

“New UCR-RUSD-RCC partnership needed step toward better STEM education”

On September 8, Chancellor Kim Wilcox, Riverside Unified School District (RUSD) Superintendent David Hansen and Riverside City College (RCC) President Wolde-Ab Issac signed an...

UCR physicists assist in upgrading CERN hadron collider

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) — the world’s most powerful particle accelerator — in Geneva, Switzerland has restarted operations for the first time in...

Inland Education Collaborative awarded $5 million

An Inland Empire collaborative has been selected to receive a $5 million Governor’s Award for Innovation in Higher Education, the maximum amount possible. The...

Editorial: Community colleges can contribute to California’s need for degrees

Community colleges in California have recently received approval to start running pilot programs for four-year degrees. The program will allow for community colleges to...