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UCR Multidisciplinary Research Building opens following Friday dedication

On Friday Jan. 11, UCR’s Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB1) was officially opened for campus use following a formal dedication led by Chancellor Kim Wilcox,...

Student Voice Committee reports findings; ASUCR calls on administration to house...

Wednesday, Jan. 9 marked ASUCR’s first meeting of the Winter 2019. The meeting began with CHASS Senator Julian Gonzalez, proposing to remove Senate Resolution...

Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development to retire from UCR

Dr. Michael Pazzani has been UCR’s Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development since 2012, a role in which he was in responsible for...

Men’s basketball drops first two games of conference play

After an action-packed 40 minutes of basketball Wednesday night (Jan. 9), the UC Riverside men’s basketball team (6-11,0-1) went down to the wire against...

Three takeaways from Women’s basketball’s loss against Long Beach State

The UCR women’s basketball team (6-10) played against Long Beach State (4-10) on Thursday, Jan. 10 and were blown out by a near 20-point...

UCR’s Denise Davis earns a spot on Redlands’ city council

Motivated to run for city council due to her dissatisfaction with the 2016 election, Denise Davis, the Director of UCR’s Women’s Resource Center, was...

Latino student success abundant at UCR

In a report by the Washington Post, UC Riverside was listed as having a 40 percent Hispanic student population by fall of 2016. It...

Inland Empire could experience a slower housing market, higher prices in...

According to the California Association of Realtors (CAR) forecast, a “combination of high home prices and eroding affordability is expected to cut into housing...

UCR holds first annual Computational Neuroimaging and Neuroengineering Symposium

On Friday, Nov. 30, the first annual Computational Neuroimaging and Neuroengineering Symposium (CNNS) was hosted at the UCR Alumni and Visitors Center by Megan...

UCR School Of Public Policy seminar discusses new Science to Policy...

On Nov. 29, the UCR School of Public Policy (SPP) held a seminar titled “2018 Midterms: What Did Science Win and Lose at the...