Saturday , August 13 2022


Scholarship winners to be announced

For the seventh year in a row, LoanMart will award three scholarship winners of $1,000 each. The scholarship program, which LoanMart conducts in partnership with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, has given out more than $20,000 since it began in 2013, according to a statement. Winners of the LoanMart Rancho Cucamonga …

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UC Riverside holds 65th commencement

UC Riverside is graduating 5,857 students this year in multiple academic disciplines. Graduation ceremonies began May 31 and will conclude June 17, according to a statement. Degrees will be awarded in: MedicineBusinessFine Arts (masters and doctorate degrees)Natural and Agricultural SciencesHumanities, arts and social sciencesEducation and public policy. This is UC …

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Program to prepare students for a career in homebuilding

A new training program will help train students to work in the homebuilding industry. The Baldy View Chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California and the San Bernardino Community College District have partnered to start the Entry-Level Residential Construction Trades Training Program, according to a statement. The program …

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Construction to start on CSUSB union expansion

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled to be held Tuesday at the Santos Manuel Student Union at Cal State San Bernardino. Plans call for a three-story, 120,000 square-foot expansion to be built immediately north of the current student union, according to a statement. The $90 million project, which has been approved …

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University of Redlands, Riverside Community College form partnership

The University of Redlands and Riverside Community College have formed an alliance that will make it easier for the community college’s business students to transfer into Redlands’ School of Business, where they can pursue a bachelor’s degree. Students who obtain a bachelor’s degree may then enroll in the university’s masters …

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UCR gets grant for job incubator

UC Riverside has received a $2.5 million grant from the Riverside County Economic Development Administration. The grant, which will be used to help buy equipment for the Inland Empire’s  first wet incubator lab, will be matched by another $2.5 from the state of California and UC Riverside, according to a …

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