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ASUCR: Sabra hummus dominates discussion

ASUCR began their second senate meeting of the quarter at 6:35 p.m. in the Tartan and Tweed Room in the Student Special Services Building...

GCAP hands out free tote bags in celebration of Prop 67

On Monday, Jan. 9 and Wednesday, Jan. 11, members of the Green Campus Action Plan (GCAP) committee handed out free tote bags to students...

GCAP launches campus-wide bike share program

After a quarter-long delay, the university’s new bike share program has been launched and will provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity to rent...

ASUCR calls for administrative transparency in demolition of Canyon Crest Family...

ASUCR held its second state of the association meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28, in which they passed two resolutions — one in support of...

ASUCR votes on appointments at special elections meeting

  In an hour-long special elections meeting held in the senate chambers at 5 p.m. on Monday, May 23, ASUCR convened to hold its inaugural...

ASUCR to launch bike share program

On Wednesday, April 6, Vice President of Internal Affairs Michael Ervin announced that UCR will host a bike share program beginning in fall 2016....

ASUCR: Legislation passed to improve student representation among UC Regents

The Associated Students of UCR (ASUCR) approved appointments to several offices at last Wednesday’s senate meeting. After the appointments, legislation on a key resolution...

A revolting voice speaking to revolting authority: The Yes Men visit...

Laughing at the apocalypse is hard work. Fortunately, we have people who make that work a little easier. The Yes Men are a pair of...

$350,000 spent to build largest UC solar farm

An opening ceremony was held last Thursday to celebrate the grand opening of UCR’s solar farm, the largest of its kind in the UC...

ASUCR: GCAP, R’Courses and transfer recognition month

Last Wednesday, members of ASUCR approved $4,000 in Green Campus Action Plan (GCAP) committee funds to maintain a generator in UCR’s community garden for...