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UC Riverside School of Medicine helps students pay for schooling by...

The cost of attending medical school has increased due to a rise in tuition in recent years. In a US News finding, tuition at...

Riverside housing market headed for a strong 2018, says UCR School...

A study released on May 18 by the UCR School of Business revealed that the housing market in the Inland Empire is set to...

UCR researcher attempts to benchmark student success

When she was a young teacher, Linda Navarrette, a researcher at UCR’s Graduate School of Education, made a trip to South Africa where she...

News in Brief – 1/16/17

Compiled by: Evan Ismail, SSW and Andreas Rauch, SSW UCR carjacking suspect arrested On Tuesday, Jan. 11 at 3:05 p.m., UCPD sent a mass text message...

Pressing pause during midterms: The importance of breaks

Every college student handles midterm season differently. Whether you cope by spending dozens of hours in the library or sleeping to deny all responsibility,...

UCR GSOE launches first education major in California

UC Riverside’s Graduate School of Education (GSOE) began accepting applications this week for a new undergraduate education-oriented major for the Fall 2018 quarter. The...

Casual relationships: Should you keep the flame burning or snuff it...

According to a 2012 general psychology review published by the National Institutes of Health, at least 60 percent of college-aged students have participated in...

UCR students enjoy a cool, peaceful retreat at Scotty’s Beach Club

On a sweltering Thursday, June 1 afternoon, ASPB hosted the Scotty's Beach Club event at the SRC pool as an end-of-the-year extravaganza for students...

Graduation recipe: Giant fortune cookie

Fortune cookies have a “wow” factor: Not only are you giving a delicious cookie to your friends or family, but you are also giving...

The Fast Lane: Top cars for graduates

With graduation around the corner, millions of students will be transitioning into their new stages of life. For many of these students, this means...