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Service animals on campus disrupted by students, staff and faculty

Recently, concerns raised by students regarding disruptions to service animals on campus were addressed in a campus wide email sent by Joe Virata. According...

Imperfect flu shot, perfect reasons to still get it

  The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) recently published some startling statistics: more than 80,000 people in America died of the flu in the...

Ravers gonna rave: Safety measures won’t change EDM culture

If you were among the 70,000 people raving their faces off this past Halloween weekend at either of SoCal’s premiere electronic dance music (EDM)...

UCR needs more campus safety resources

During the school year, it feels as if we constantly receive crime alerts from UCPD. On January 16 of last year, there were five...

On-campus robbery sparks creation of safety committee

A campus committee on safety has been proposed after a student was injured in an attempted armed robbery near the Arts Building on Monday,...

UCR adds surveillance cameras to increase safety

In April 2013, the University Task Force on Safety (UTFS) released 40 recommendations to improve campus safety after a string of crimes occurred earlier...

Gov. Brown ignores partisans to find third option on gun control

Two weeks ago, 18 gun-related bills shot onto Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. An unabashed partisan would have signed or vetoed all 18 together. But...

UCR students don’t seize destiny, but hunker down instead

Before I attended UCR, my companions told me the city of Riverside was just okay, but the school was great. Naturally, when starting school...

Editorial: UC’s smoking ban protects students

The state of California is well known for working to ensure the public health of its citizens. Before the United States passed the Clean...

UCPD ride-along: Chief of Police discusses crimes, safety and assault weapons...

Crimes on campus—it’s a phrase that UC Riverside students have become all too familiar with. Property thefts, violent robberies and even rapes have all...