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R’Perspective: Navigating my freshman year in the wake of a pandemic

I didn’t expect much from my first year at college. Virtual freshmen orientation was enough of a deterrent, removing the clichéd first day I...

California learning loss suit acknowledges the inequities faced by Los Angeles...

Cayla J. v. California, a case brought in 2020, was recently decided. The case, brought by 14 low-income students of color from Oakland and...

R’Perspective: COVID-19 continues to be an ongoing problem that is being...

As I watched shoppers browse clothing racks at my local mall this holiday season, I noticed that only a few people wore masks. It...

Coronavirus virus formation modeled for the first time

Roya Zandi, a professor at University of California, Riverside, and her former graduate student, Siyu Li, have successfully modeled the formation of the virus...

To the distaste of eager partygoers, Halloween is not making a...

Almost three years have passed since the start of the pandemic. Restrictions and social distancing measures have slowly softened as vaccines have been released,...

Make the workplace business casual, but not too casual

It’s becoming easier to take advantage of workers’ time as the definition of the workplace shifts with the pandemic. Because of Zoom meetings and...

Hatred against Asian Americans surged during the pandemic, but history shows...

A new national report done by the group Stop AAPI Hate shows that about 20% Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have experienced a hate-motivated...

The development of antiviral COVID pills is a turning point in...

On Nov. 16, the Biden administration announced its plan to purchase 10 million doses of Pfizer’s new antiviral COVID pill, Paxlovid. The Food and...

The key to helping students graduate lies in offering support, not...

COVID-19 dealt a blow to the California State University system that was felt by faculty and students alike. When students began to drop out...

Post-lockdown, students need to prioritize sleep hygiene

  Research is showing that a surprising 98% of people are experiencing new sleeping problems after the pandemic-induced lockdown. What is especially concerning is that...