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ASUCR reviews members of staff and committees, elects new BCOE senator...

ASUCR held their second meeting of the fall quarter at 6:35 p.m. last Wednesday, Oct.10. The Senate discussed the appointment of a new BCOE...

Riverside among top U.S. cities for entrepreneurship

Riverside was recently ranked No. 19 on MSN Money’s list of the best cities to grow a business. The list, “30 Cities Where Small Business...

R’Closet provides professional attire for students

On Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. students gathered around the Bear’s Den for the official opening of UC Riverside’s R’Closet. In a collaboration...

Transfer Success Zone manager discusses Zone’s objectives

Sixteen hundred transfer students were enrolled at UC Riverside this fall quarter. This is just a hundred shy of the projected fall enrollment by...

Electric scooter company to address safety concerns within and beyond UC...

Electric scooters placed throughout UCR and the city have spurred the university to revise current policies on motorized vehicles on campus. According to Assistant...

UCR convocation welcomes over 6,000 new students

On Monday, Sept. 24, UC Riverside held its New Student Convocation for incoming first-year and transfer students at UCR. The event was organized by...

UCR projected to enroll 1,950 new transfer students this year

UC Riverside Undergraduate Admissions carried out numerous action plans in an effort to raise UCR’s transfer student population this year. This is in response...

Prestigious STEM fellowship awarded to eleven UCR students

The coveted National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research fellowship was awarded to 11 UCR students. Over 2,000 applicants this year were selected to receive...

R’Perspective: From humble beginnings to new challenges — reflecting on my...

College is the best way to humble someone. I found that out the hard way upon my arrival. I wasn’t dripping in arrogance or...

Online-only community colleges work, but only in theory

We have heard the horror stories: Students attend their local community college, bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and planning to bolt after two years. Then, five years...