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California desperately needs financial literacy education

Financial literacy presents a huge challenge for college students, especially when its been painfully absent from required curricula for their entire educational career. However,...

R’Perspective: How I found my home at UCR

Entering my first year at UCR, I had everything planned out. Though I had only visited the campus once before move-in and did not...

‘The Fallout’ is an evocative masterpiece

Director Megan Park outlines the anxiety and fear that our society has gone through in her directorial debut, “The Fallout.” The movie centers around...

‘Euphoria’ outshines itself in its latest season premiere

“Euphoria” is a beauty to watch that has excited fans for its newest season. Its blissful soundtrack, makeup and overall cinematography make every scene...

UCR prepares for a new STEM Education Center

Correction 11/10/2021: "The board allocated $1 million for planning, but we have not accumulated $1 billion in billable time. The project is currently in the...

To date or not to date: Entering a new university with...

In addition to the many other challenges incoming students face, some must also face a difficult decision — whether or not they will be...

Entrance exams for institutions were nothing but barriers for low-income students...

“What did you get on the SAT? The ACT? Come on, just tell me.” A question so simple left me utterly helpless, doubting my...

Citizens United Committee hosts their monthly breakfast and discusses STEM high...

On Wednesday, Oct. 23 beginning at 7 a.m., the Citizens United Committee (CUC) of UCR had their monthly breakfast at the Alumni and Visitors...

ASUCR senators question the STEM High School plan in their last...

On May 29, the ninth ASUCR senate meeting of the quarter began at 6:35 p.m. This was the last meeting for senators who served...

ASUCR discusses issues of upcoming STEM high school at UCR

ASUCR held its eighth meeting of the quarter at 6:34 p.m. last Wednesday, Nov. 14. Justin Domecillo, a fourth-year English major, spoke during public forum...