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Wilcox takes heat from students in public forum

A crowd of about 100 students expressed frustration with UCR Chancellor Kim Wilcox over his support of a controversial tuition plan and a failure...

UC proposes potential 5 percent tuition hike

UC President Janet Napolitano has announced that the UC regents will vote on a long-term financial stability plan, which includes the possibility of tuition...

UCR students receive free access to Microsoft programs

Starting Oct. 23, UCR has begun offering all students free access to Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus through the Microsoft Student Advantage program. Begun on...

Editorial: Teaching diversity the right way

UCLA has faced some criticism recently for its diversity. A viral video created by UCLA student Sy Stokes last November protested the lack of...

Editorial: Divestment puts student participation on full display

By now, every student has heard the critiques before. We’re lazy. We’re entitled. We don’t want to take our eyes off our Facebooks or...

Better meals on wheels: Improving the food truck festival

On April 16, UC Riverside held its second annual Food Truck Festival on campus during the weekly nooner. In collaboration with ASUCR, the school...

Let’s rethink the four-person cap for homeowners

Led by ASUCR Local Affairs Liaison Breana Ross, UC Riverside students protested the Feb. 25, 2014 Riverside City Council meeting for unfairly passing legislation...

Editorial: Be wary of world events that ultimately affect the UC

This Presidents’ Day, Groupon tried out its humor and released a coupon that portrayed Alexander Hamilton as president of the United States. Ha ha,...

Editorial: A quarter to remember and the year 2014 to look...

As the year of 2013 comes to a close, we recall the familiar tradition of reflection on the past year’s events. As students, we...

Editorial: Students can take the initiative to create a college town

It was in every college movie. Surely all of us saw it because it was one of those “expected” perks about a university we...