Kwame Vaughn scored 28 points, 19 in the second half, and Cal State Fullerton defeated UC Riverside 72-61 Wednesday night.
A mix of students, faculty and staff from throughout the University of California system plan to demonstrate at the UC Board of Regents’ meeting in Riverside later this week, demanding a stop to what they
denounce as an ongoing “disinvestment in education.”
The University of California will ban smoking and tobacco products from all 10 of its campuses.
Phil Martin scored 24 points, including the game-winner with 1:38 left, to give UC Riverside a 60-58 victory over UC Davis on Thursday night.
Phil Martin made a driving layup with 13 seconds left to help UC Riverside beat Washington State 64-63 in Sunday’s seventh-place game of the 76 Classic.
Phil Martin scored 22 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead UC Riverside to a 72-48 victory over Cal Lutheran on Friday night in the season opener for both schools.
A traveling exhibit intended to raise awareness about the epidemic of suicides on college campuses will be at UC Riverside next week.
Violent crime could be reduced significantly if cities limit the number of neighborhood liquor stores and ban the sale of single-serve containers of alcoholic beverages. That’s according to separate studies led by UC Riverside researchers.
A ten acre brush fire burned Friday afternoon near UC Riverside.
The largest photograph ever taken – using the world’s biggest camera – is on display at UC Riverside’s Sweeney Art Gallery in downtown Riverside for the next two months.
A UC Riverside scientist is asking for the public’s help…and brace yourselves for what he wants.
The NCAA released its annual APR (academic progress rate) report on Tuesday and 8 schools received postseason bans for historically lagging behind, USA Today reports.
A former UC Riverside basketball player was among 10 people named in a federal indictment in connection with an alleged sports-bribery ring that offered bribes to college basketball players to fix games.
The university is faced with a $50 million budget shortfall and may have to layoff faculty and increase class size, among other possible solutions.
According to campus officials, all have verified that their families survived the 8.9-magnitude earthquake. Five of the students are from Sendai — among the cities hardest hit by Friday’s massive quake. Sendai has also been a sister city to Riverside since 1957.