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UCR projected to enroll 1,950 new transfer students this year

UC Riverside Undergraduate Admissions carried out numerous action plans in an effort to raise UCR’s transfer student population this year. This is in response...

Prestigious STEM fellowship awarded to eleven UCR students

The coveted National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research fellowship was awarded to 11 UCR students. Over 2,000 applicants this year were selected to receive...

R’Perspective: From humble beginnings to new challenges — reflecting on my...

College is the best way to humble someone. I found that out the hard way upon my arrival. I wasn’t dripping in arrogance or...

Online-only community colleges work, but only in theory

We have heard the horror stories: Students attend their local community college, bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and planning to bolt after two years. Then, five years...

GSA Pres. Ragan: GOP tax plan a “death blow” to students

Graduate students are panicked over a provision in the GOP tax plan — unveiled by House Republicans Thursday, Nov. 2 and approved by the...

ASUCR and GSA strive for unity as GSA separates from UCSA

On Sept. 28, UC Riverside’s Graduate Student Association (GSA), along with six other UC GSA chapters, voted to leave the UC Student Association (UCSA),...

Banning cell phones at schools will only result in good

People, especially younger generations, have not only grown fond of, but also dependent on using technology for everything from entertainment to socializing. However, technological...

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...

Organizational Excellence Showcase takes the right step toward UCR 2020

On Thursday, May 25 at the lawn area in front of Hinderaker Hall, UCR’s first Organizational Excellence Showcase took place to recognize the dedicated...

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Kate Sweeny

Associate Professor of Psychology Kate Sweeny has conducted groundbreaking research on anxiety, worrying, coping and the stress that comes with awaiting news. She has...