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Campus must-haves you didn’t know you needed

Arriving at college, I didn’t realize that I was going to need more than just my laptop, a few pens and a notebook in...

News in Brief: UCR is ranked in the top 1% of...

According to the World University Rankings of 2021, UCR has once again been listed among the top 1% of universities around the world. For...

ASUCR passes resolution advocating for affordable textbooks across the UC

On Wednesday, April 22, ASUCR held their fourth meeting of the quarter. Members of The California Public Interest Research Group at UCR spoke during...

UC Riverside launches Latino and Latin American Research Center focused on...

Latinos make up 38.3% of UCR’s population, making it the largest ethnic group at UCR with nearly 10,000 students and positioning it as one...

Fourth generation electronic cigarettes are just as harmful as older models

A new UCR study published in March of this year indicates that in spite of evolving differences in design aesthetics, fourth generation electronic cigarettes...

UCR announces plan to host an in-person graduation ceremony for 2020...

COVID-19 information and guidelines regarding county tier assignments and vaccine eligibility are changing at a rapid rate. Last week, Riverside entered the orange tier...

Mental health resources on campus have prioritized students growing needs

Mental health concerns have increased for college students across the nation due to the COVID-19 pandemic as they have adapted to life behind a...

ASPB welcomes Highlanders into the school year with a virtual Homecoming...

On Friday, Nov. 20, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) hosted the annual UCR Homecoming Bonfire. The virtual...

First time voters discuss their experience at the polls and express...

The stakes were high as voters anxiously awaited the results of the 2020 presidential race between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden. This election...

Low enrollment is the silent killer for institutions during the pandemic

As a new wave of students are set to apply to college, UCR must consider how they are going to appeal the most to...