On Wednesday, Feb. 16, the Political Science Department, Public Policy Program, and Pi Sigma Alpha sponsored a forum titled “Decoding the Russian Threat to Ukraine.”
Month: February 2022
Temporary Enhanced COVID-19 Safety Protocols Lifted; Irvine Commons Open for Indoor Dining
Spring semester started off slightly differently than what students had become accustomed to in the fall. Temporary enhanced safety protocols were announced before students returned
Column: Bring Back the Bulldog Café
So long are the days of Zoom naivety, supply chain excess, and, apparently, being able to order a coffee from the bottom floor of the Armacost Library. These are the relics of our past.
However, the end of Bulldog Java & Juice, colloquially known as the Bulldog café, is a COVID-era development I find myself unwilling to accept.
Wall Street Journal Reporter Speaks to Aspiring Journalists
Jeff Horwitz, lead investigative reporter at The Wall Street Journal, offered career insight to prospective student-journalists Thursday night. During an hour-long virtual session hosted by the Redlands Bulldog,
University Begins Operation of COVID-19 Shuttle
The university announced on Jan. 13 that they would be providing a shuttle from the university to local COVID-19 testing and booster sites. According to