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Drinking during pregnancy can affect your great-grandchildren, UCR study shows

A new study entitled “Prenatal Ethanol Exposure and Neocortical Development: A Transgenerational Model of FASD,” published by UCR Professor of Psychology Kelly Huffman published...

Letters to Features: “College: To drink or not to drink?”

Dear Features, I am just about to enter my first year of college at UCR and I couldn’t be more excited! I’m worried about...

Defeating the College Triangle: Lesson 2: Social Life

In last week’s edition of “Defeating the College Triangle,” we taught you how to steer clear of bad sleeping habits and anything else that...

Editorial: End UCR’s Beer Drought

Do any current UCR students remember the beer gardens at the concert series, or the alcohol that was sold out of the Barn only...

Cannabis’ uneasy venture into skeptical, mainstream America

As states like Washington and Colorado legalize cannabis for recreational purposes and many other states begin to realize the medical potential of cannabis, it...

21 and Over Club: Hangover Help

The first few pages of 365 have now been written. Some use a pen to remember the permanent memories. Others use a pencil to...

Lowering the blood alcohol content level can reduce drunk driving deaths

It’s an ugly truth: Each year, about 10,000 lives are lost in the United States because of drunk driving. It’s a nationwide cause for...

Microbreweries: a step in the right direction for taste buds everywhere

When it comes to food in today’s age, everyone seems to be talking about buying local and organic and cutting out large corporations that...

Sociologist Robert Nash Parker deems three-strikes law outdated

UC Riverside Professor of Sociology Robert Nash Parker has released research findings in which he asserts the failure of California’s three-strikes law in deterring...