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R’Garden how-to guide

The University of California, Riverside (UCR) R’Garden is a student and community centered garden offering free and freshly grown produce to the UCR community,...

The UC’s carbon neutrality goals reek of smog and empty promises

The University of California (UC) announced ambitious goals to achieve carbon neutrality benchmarks by 2030 with startling positivity and optimism. With air quality in...

Ocean acidification should be made a priority

Research has uncovered that the ocean has become more acidic due to absorbing an excess amount of carbon dioxide. This trend is especially concerning...

Disneyland’s Autopia says goodbye to gas cars

Autopia, a miniature motorway attraction in Tomorrowland at Disneyland, has decided to remove its gas-engined cars. Designed by Bob Gurr in 1955, the attraction...

ASUCR makes changes to executive fellows program

The Associated Students of the University of California, Riverside (ASUCR) Senate passed legislation last Wednesday outlining changes to the bylaws governing the First Year...

Unearthing UCR’s construction projects

The University of California, Riverside (UCR) is currently undergoing two “transformative” projects which will provide hundreds of new beds of on-campus housing and thousands...

Campus sustainability through fashion with Katie Wen

Katie Wen is a third-year psychology major, double minoring in marketing and organizational behavior; her small business, Alterations by Katie, offers “convenient clothing alterations”...

California says goodbye to plastic bags once and for all

On Thursday, Feb. 8, California State Senator Catherine Blakespear announced legislation for a statewide ban on all plastic bags. Blakespear, working alongside State Senator...

California’s climate crisis: Governor Newsom’s $2.9 billion budget cut and its...

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to cut $2.9 billion from California's climate programs and delay an additional $1.9 billion is undeniably disastrous. For a state...

California plans to reuse sewage water in Southern California by 2028

The California State of Water Resources Control Board is set to adopt regulations allowing sewage water to be treated and transformed into pure drinking...