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Student Voice Committee reports findings; ASUCR calls on administration to house...

Wednesday, Jan. 9 marked ASUCR’s first meeting of the Winter 2019. The meeting began with CHASS Senator Julian Gonzalez, proposing to remove Senate Resolution...

Inland Empire could experience a slower housing market, higher prices in...

According to the California Association of Realtors (CAR) forecast, a “combination of high home prices and eroding affordability is expected to cut into housing...

ASUCR discusses electronic voting, housing assistance for students

The second to last ASUCR meeting of the quarter was held Wednesday, Nov. 28 in HUB 221 at 6:30 p.m. and focused on plans...

ASUCR approves new Judicial Council, dorm additions in the works

The fourth ASUCR senate meeting of the quarter took place on Wednesday, Oct. 17 in HUB 221 at 6:30 p.m. in order to discuss...

Student worker union bargains for Title IX reforms, wage increases

The United Automobile Workers Local 2865, which represents student employees, is currently in the process of contract bargaining with the University of California across...

Riverside housing market headed for a strong 2018, says UCR School...

A study released on May 18 by the UCR School of Business revealed that the housing market in the Inland Empire is set to...

Los Angeles has a promising opportunity to tackle homelessness

Justus Ross/HIGHLANDER  Southern California’s homelessness crisis has once again been thrust into the spotlight when the Los Angeles City Council chose a parking structure in...

New York City billionaires neglect city’s homelessness epidemic

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposal to build homeless shelters across the city is facing backlash from local residents due to plans...

Riverside plans to do more than prevent homelessness by ending it

Widespread homelessness is a complex issue to solve. Most means of addressing homelessness do not solve the underlying problem, but merely target its symptoms....

UCR hosts presentation on future of north campus

On May 3, 2016, UCR Chancellor Kim Wilcox introduced his plan to develop new buildings and businesses on the northern end of campus. This...