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Highlander at North Campus and WeHousing reach agreement regarding WeHousing’s failure...

WeHousing, a booking company that focuses on housing international students living in the U.S., allegedly failed to pay rent for a number of students...

Student action group campaigns for SB 24

On April 3, the Senate Health Committee approved the SB 24 bill after it was approved by the Senate Higher Education Committee and the...

Reports show lower disparity between white and black graduation rates at...

According to a report by The Education Trust, a national nonprofit that advocates for students of color and low-income students, UCR has made significant...

Do UC R’Guides App?

It is hard to know what’s going on around campus when in order to do so you have to be constantly following a social...

Event promoting freedom of speech steps “out of the echo chamber”

About 60 people crammed into Sproul 2240 on Thursday, May 9 to hear a panel of right-leaning social media influencers speak on the diffusion...

ASUCR President Semi Cole issues executive order to extend the election...

Due to reports of technical difficulties with their voting system, ASUCR announced on Thursday night, April 25 via an Instagram story that the Senate...

Chancellor Wilcox holds town hall to discuss 50-year vision for UCR

On Thursday, April 11 UCR Chancellor Kim Wilcox held a one hour town hall with members of the university community in HUB 302 to...

Simulation helps train faculty to better recognize psychological distress in students

For the past three years, UCR faculty and staff have utilized an online training simulation designed to help people identify and respond to students...

R’Garden makes plans to expand their current space

R’Garden, a space for UCR students, faculty and staff to grow fresh produce, has made plans to expand their current space. R’Garden is currently...

College bribery scandal reveals unsurprising rift in admission process

The U.S. Department of Justice faced a record breaking scandal when it was revealed on March 12 that at least 50 people were being...