University of Redlands School of Music acknowledges Native land and tribes

Correction: This article has had various inaccuracies corrected and clarifications made from its original state, courtesy of input from Native Students Programs. For centuries, the Serrano (also known as “Yuhaaviatam”) and Cahuilla (Kah-wee ya) people lived on the land of what is now Redlands and San Bernardino. However, by the late eighteenth century, settlers came…


Out with the Old, In with the New: Harvest Table’s Plans and Outcomes of the Ongoing Construction

The sound of jackhammers clatter in Hunsaker Plaza as construction continues on the former Plaza Market and University Club. Construction to renovate both locations began mid-way through October, and has been progressing at a steady pace in the time since. Many students are curious as to what’s to come with these new dining options. Both…


Students and Community Members March in Solidarity with International Climate Protests

Downtown Redlands bustled with roughly 500 students and community activists participating in last Friday’s Climate Strike, organized in part by the U of R’s Students for Environmental Action (SEA).   Activists came from across the Inland Empire brandishing signs reading “HEAL OUR WORLD,” “YOUR MISTAKE, MY PROBLEM,” and “UNITE BEHIND SCIENCE.” The activists remained on…


Growing Pains at The Table: Students Air Grievances About New Food Service Provider

On Thursday September 19th, The University of Redlands’ new food service provider, Harvest Table, held an open panel where students were able to have their developing concerns about the new services addressed. The panel consisted of Dean of Student Affairs, Donna Eddleman, Harvest Table Manager, John Gula, and the ASUR President and Co-Director of Special…

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