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Health and wellness after the New Year hype

Archive / Highlander With the New Year’s hype dying down, it’s getting harder and harder now to stick...

APSP’s Lunar New Year Festival celebrates diversity and community

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) held a Lunar New Year Festival to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which was on...

Parking Structure 1, set to begin construction in late January, will...

The first two phases of construction for the new parking structure located in Lot 13, also known as Parking Structures 1 (PS1), is set...

R’Recreations: New Riverside arcade provides fun both old and new

Tucked to the side of the famous Fox Theater in Downtown Riverside sits a new attraction sure to excite and entertain. The Riverside Game...

Pentland, Lothian and Aberdeen-Inverness residence halls introduce freshmen to their new...

Writers: Heewon Kim, CW, Jamie Peterson, CW and Christine Tran, SSW ----------------- This week the Residence Halls Association (RHA) organized three events over the course of...

Campus Cope: Saving money as a college student

College is expensive, there’s no way around spending money. However, there are some tips and tricks to cut down on how much money you...

ASPB explains reasoning behind controversial 2019 Spring Splash changes

Following an April 9 Instagram post detailing a series of changes to the format and rules of the annual Spring Splash festival, the Associated...

Highlander Perks dining plan pushed back to fall 2019 due to...

The Highlander Perks dining plan was intended to be implemented in fall 2018 but, due to technical considerations, the dining plan has been pushed...

Step forward for UC standardized testing policy reveals an uncertain future

The University of California Board of Regents announced they will be commissioning a study to examine the relationship between the SAT and ACT tests...

Multidisciplinary Research Building to finish construction this year

UCR’s new Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB), just north of the existing Materials Science and Engineering Building (MSE), will finish construction at the end of...