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Organizational Excellence Showcase takes the right step toward UCR 2020

On Thursday, May 25 at the lawn area in front of Hinderaker Hall, UCR’s first Organizational Excellence Showcase took place to recognize the dedicated...

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Kate Sweeny

Associate Professor of Psychology Kate Sweeny has conducted groundbreaking research on anxiety, worrying, coping and the stress that comes with awaiting news. She has...

A Word of Advice From … Professor Richard Cardullo

Professor Richard Cardullo is a monumental figure at UCR whose name can be heard in all corners of the campus. He began as a...

UCR students express differences on potential federal enforcement against marijuana

During a White House press briefing held Thursday, Feb 23, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded to questions about the Trump administration’s stance...

Textbooks or takeout?

According to a University of California undergraduate experience survey, 80.7 percent of UC students have "bought fewer books, bought cheaper used books, read books...

Reflections in the River – 2015-2016 School Year Reflections From Students

  What is your favorite memory from the 2015-2016 school year related to UCR? “That feeling of knowing when you have all your units...like when you...

EDITORIAL: Cancelling Heat is a devastating blow to student morale

UCR’s annual Heat concert was cancelled by the HUB Board, citing El Nino weather as the reason. After a school wide survey, which overwhelmingly...

The UC needs to stay true to its original purpose: educating...

When the University of California public school system was created, it was made in the idea of educating Californians as well as strengthening and...

UCR takes steps to end food insecurity among students

The first official food distribution of the mobile R’Food Pantry, an initiative started by affiliated organizations of the Chicano Student programs: Providing Opportunities Dreams...

Highlander Newsroom 05/20/15

This week in the Highlander Newsroom, we chat about the delayed tuition hike, debate UCR's decision to ban and then un-ban Sabra hummus and...