We are taking a group of students to the Monterrey bay aquarium
Crown College Students are invited to take a trip to the Nikkei Matsuri Festival in Japantown, San Jose. FREE but sign ups for a seat in the van start Thursday, 4/16 @ 10:00 a.m. in the C/M Residential Life Office.
Like cherry blossom festivals across the nation, the San Jose Japantown Nikkei Matsuri is the San Jose Japanese American community’s celebration of Japanese heritage and culture. ...
Join the Honors co-curricular committee in a night of music, art, dance, and culture at the Getty Center in LA. Residents will have the opportunity to take a free trip to the Getty for their annual College Night. College Night is a time for students from colleges all around to get together in a fun environment to mingle and make relationships outside of their normal routine.
Missed it the first time? Here is your last chance this year to come check out the program residents are still talking about! Many Plaza resident were saying things like "Wow, it was super awesome". A trip to the bell tower is something that you have to do before you leave UCR, it's such a unique experience that not many get the opportunity to do! Tell your roommates and we'll see you at the top!
A fun natural getaway for ILC residents to Yosemite! We will be camping under the stars, roasting marshmallows, hiking during the day and enjoying one another's company during what is sure to be a wonderful weekend.
The residents will be having a final program for the quarter. Making it fun and easy going to de-stress while going into their week for finals. It is meant to be a relaxing program with bingo to allow the residents to clear their mind before going into winter quarters finals, or easing up after having a final on Saturday. Tips will be provided for de-stressing as well!
NASA's Ames Research Center is a key facility for many of NASA's missions and projects. Crown residents are invited to sign up to the Ames' Visitor Center and learn what they're doing at this amazing NASA facility!
Tickets will be on sale for $5 starting February 10th at 11 AM at Reslife.
On the day of the event we will be meeting ...
This will be an educational trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium teaching about sustainability as well as endangered species in the oceans among many other species that are just fun to learn about.
Residential Assistants will drive residents to the Monterey bay aquarium where they will be able to explore the aquarium and the near by area
We will take students on the bus to Natural Bridges and familiarize with them how to navigate the public transportation system. We will also have a guided meditation and other group activities where they can explore different parts of themselves.
Encouraging the house to take a trip together as a community down to the Harvest Festival to increase bonding and experience a great event.
Have you ever admired the Bell Tower and wish that you could reach the top and see what UCR looks like from an aerial view? Well, now you can with our next program! The plan is to meet up at the Plaza Pool House, get some snacks for you all and head over to the top of the Bell Tower, just as the Sun is setting over Riverside. This is a program you will not want to miss out on!
Students have competed for spaces on a trip to the Oregon Caves. They will be driven there and back, and a tour is included.
C-Quad will be taking a trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium!
A shopping trip to Marion’s grocery store to show tips on how to save money while shopping and new recipes.
Celebrate the Santa Cruz Wharf's 100th birthday by participating in sustainability-related activities.
A trip to the Sequoia Park Zoo in Eureka
Trip to the African Diaspora Museum in San Francisco to help better understand and see representations of effects and ripples of the African Diaspora worldwide.
A visit to the Exploratorium in San Fransisco. $10 includes transportation and admission. Limited spaces. Sign ups start at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, 1/13/2014 in the C/M Residential Life Office. Note – this is on a 3-day weekend.
The Mystery Spot is a gravitational anomaly located in the redwood forests just outside of Santa Cruz, California. It is a circular area of effect around 150 feet or 46 meters in diameter. Within the Mystery Spot you will be stunned as your perceptions of the laws of physics and gravity are questioned.
Join us as we venture to The Mystery Spot and experience this integral part of Santa Cruz ...