This is Fernandez’s first major solo museum show. The images reflect on various social issues and explores her Mexican American identity.
New book by UC Riverside’s Richard Rodríguez offers personal stories as he explores musical connections between Latino fans and British bands.
A story about coming-of-age, betrayal, and revenge, ‘The Shinnery’ is inspired by the author’s family history and a trial that shook 1890s Texas.
Study finds male-dominated MMA is not friendly to gender equality.
More than $4.85 million in state funds will allow these campuses to reengage with former UC students and California residents with some college and no degree attainment.
Associate Professor Victoria Reyes published her new book, “Academic Outsider: Stories of Exclusion and Hope.”
A $342,000 grant has allowed the expansion of a UC Berkeley program to UCR.
For 17 years Native American Student Programs has been hosting Gathering of the Tribes, the longest running Native American youth summer program in the UC system.
Saban Films just secured worldwide distribution rights to the movie shot in Banning and Joshua Tree.
Victoria Reyes, an assistant professor of gender and sexuality studies at UCR, speaks from personal experience in this Q&A.
Inaugural “Celebrating our Constellation: UCR + RCC + AB Miller” event brought together UCR, Riverside City College, and AB Miller High School students.
Azalea Corral has a family photo that shows her three younger siblings and parents smiling together against a Santa Barbara countryside backdrop. It was taken on February 8, 2020 — the last time they would pose together for a photo. The following day, both her parents succumbed to bodily injuries...
Xóchitl C. Chávez, assistant professor of music at UCR, is a co-principal investigator.
The film was directed by UCR Professor Robin Uriel Russin and written by UCR alum Andrew Justvig.
This year’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books includes a UC Riverside star-studded lineup. Nineteen UCR faculty, staff, and alumni will be participating in this annual literary event that takes place at the University of Southern California. More than 550 authors, poets, artists, chefs, celebrities, and musicians will gather on...
The book weaves stories that capture both nature and architecture. It goes on sale on April 26
Poetry collection captures the author's own life, as well as many of the golden state’s overlooked truths: genocide, environmental degradation, and climate change.
Capturing the essence of a place requires more than time. It requires confianza. Trust. That’s why for more than a year a team co-led by a UC Riverside cultural and urban historian interviewed, researched, and documented the lives of Boyle Heights residents — all in the midst of the COVID-19...