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TAPS to launch Donations for Citations program

Starting from Nov. 27 and ending on Dec. 15, Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) will be hosting Donations for Citations. Students who have received...

Senate members allegedly switch votes to defeat CA renewable energy bill

On Friday, Sept. 15, the Committee on Utilities and Energy deferred Senate Bill 100 (SB 100), which would have committed the State of California...

Cutting a rug in the garden won’t cut it: UCR needs...

In honor of Earth Week, UCR held an array of green events open to the public, with the Extreme Green Fest at the Family Housing Park...

What the frack is fracking: the implications of ‘cleaner’ energy

The practice of fracking has become extremely convoluted in public comprehension, whether regarding its processes, its economic implications or its potential environmental impacts. Fracking...

Plastic bag ban: to be or not to be?

The California Senate has been considering a statewide ban on the use of plastic bags in grocery stores and pharmacies. The Jan. 2015 ban...

Riverside makes room for eco-friendly transportation

It’s not a secret that cities are trying to become more sustainable, not only to better the environment, but to avoid the continuing instability...

Goodwin’s Supermarket hosts seminar and tasting of organic foods

Ingredients like kale, chia seeds, agave and strawberry radishes were main attractions at Goodwin’s market. Before Wednesday night I’d hardly known what each of...

Cynthia Minet “Unsustainable Creatures”: Sculptures of Plastic and Light

From Nov. 23 to Dec. 29, The Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts in Downtown Riverside is hosting Cynthia Minet’s new exhibit...

UCR recognized as environmentally friendly campus

UC Riverside has been recognized by “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges: 2012 Edition” for its green practices. The guide, which was...

UC benefits from green technology

The University of California continues to make great strides in cutting back resource consumption and reducing energy usage. According to the 2011 UC Annual...