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UCR hosts groundbreaking ceremony on the first phase of the redevelopment...

On Friday, Oct. 4 at the North District Construction Site, UCR and American Campus Communities (ACC) held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the first...

University of California files brief in Supreme Court challenging recission of...

On Friday, Sept. 27, the University of California (UC) filed a brief in the Supreme Court challenging the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the...

UC President Janet Napolitano announces resignation

On Wednesday, Sept. 18, University of California President Janet Napolitano announced at the UC Board of Regents meeting that she will step down from...

University of California drops subscription to Elsevier, the world’s largest publisher...

The University of California has dropped its subscription to Elsevier, which is the world’s largest publisher of academic research journals. The main rationale behind...

UC to increase enrollment

Last week, the University of California Board of Regents approved the Three-Year Financial Sustainability Plan to increase both freshmen and transfer student enrollment by...

Juan Felipe Herrera named U.S. Poet Laureate

Juan Felipe Herrera, a former UCR creative writing professor, has been named the United States Poet Laureate for 2015. During the two-year tenure as...

Regents meeting scheduled for May 20-22

Discussion topics expected for the upcoming UC Regents meeting from May 20 to 22 will revolve around issues such as increasing food security for...

Napolitano, Wilcox discuss student transfer process

On Tuesday, May 5, UC President Janet Napolitano met with UCR Chancellor Kim Wilcox and community college representatives in San Bernardino and Riverside County...

TUITION HIKES DELAYED

Ongoing negotiations between UC President Janet Napolitano and Gov. Jerry Brown have resulted in an agreement that will cap UC resident tuition for the...

United Community of Riverside: Napolitano’s “Crap” Comment: Much Ado About Nothing

If you are a politician, one of the first lessons you learn is to stay on-message. This means sticking to the “serious” issues, evading...