While vaccines have brought light to the end of a long, dark tunnel, COVID-19 has changed our lives, perhaps forever. In many ways, we’re at the start of a new era. Apart from newly acquired bread-baking skills, what have we learned? How will a year of living with the coronavirus shape our future? As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, U of R experts provide their perspectives on where we go from here.Read the cover story
To mark the occasion of Ralph W. Kuncl’s departure from the U of R presidency at the end of June, Och Tamale magazine partnered with Ellie Obrochta ’19 to interview him about the highlights of the last nine years and his vision and hopes for the future of the University.
Fellows will grow trees on the Sustainable University of Redlands Farm and then work to distribute the greenery in Redlands communities.
The students in Professor Wendy McIntyre’s ecology course get a close-up of the animals in the local mountains so they can study the impact of both human activity and last year’s fire.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, assistant coaches flexed their skills to help students and other University community members weather the public health crisis.
Greentown Labs CEO Emily Reichert ’96 found her calling as both a scientist and a business leader in the climatetech industry.
“I am excited for a new chapter for our courts and the new memories that will be made,” notes Lauren Villanueva ’16.