The University of California Riverside is a public, 4-year school located in Riverside, CA which is one of 10 campuses in the University of California system. Founded in 1907 as the US Citrus Experiment Station, it expanded with the College of Letters and Science in 1954 and was declared a general system campus in 1959. The 1900 acre campus features many green spaces and quads; buildings are primarily in the Mission Revival style of architecture. The Carillon Bell Tower is a dominant landmark of the campus. Set near Box Springs Mountain Park, the campus enjoys a picturesque backdrop as well as a warm, southern California climate. Among notable alumni is editorial cartoonist Steve Breen.