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HUB Governing Board and the Office of Planning, Design and Construction...

On Friday, Oct. 18, the HUB Governing Board and Office of Planning, Design and Construction (PDC) hosted a presentation on the upcoming construction of...

Casa de Cafe: an easygoing night of acoustics and vocals, with...

The stage was set — rather literally — in front of the HUB plaza tables for students to show their talents on Monday, May...

Do UC healthy options?

As you enter the HUB area, you are presented with many different dining choices. There’s Panda Express, Chronic Taco, Hibachi-San, MOD Pizza and, not...

UCR Mobility Hub on track for Fall 2020 completion, final design...

This spring quarter, the “UCR Mobility Hub and Central Campus Linkages” project will break ground in the construction of a transit center dedicated for...

UCR collaborates with non-profit Chilean company to increase technology

The Office of Information Technology Partnerships (OTP) at UC Riverside has partnered with Know Hub Chile, a non-profit organization that specializes in expanding awareness...

“Geek On!” and prosper: Students showcase fandom and creativity at the...

The HUB saw a massive takeover of over 1,000 anime fans, cosplayers and gamers alike this past Sunday, for the second annual “Geek On!”...

Students light up the dance floor at Silent DisGlo

The floor of the HUB Plaza flashed pink, purple and blue last Wednesday night as a disco ball spun overhead. Students signed in and...

Op-Ed: An open letter to the UCR community

By: Prof. Emeritus Ivan Strenski, Department of Religious Studies In 2015, I retired after two decades of teaching and service at UCR. I have always...

MESC aims to move into Costo Hall

Almost three years after UC Riverside’s Middle Eastern Student Center (MESC) moved from HUB 361 to HUB 377, it has shown interest in expanding...

UCR students to Dining: Increase halal options

UC Riverside’s Muslim population has recently raised questions about the limited halal options on campus. First raised as an issue during an ASUCR meeting...
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