Deck: With the ASUCR elections right around the corner, UCR students will decide the fate of three referendum items surrounding ASUCR, campus diversity and the environment. Last Wednesday, senators unanimously voted in favor of placing the Green Campus Action Plan […]
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times — at least, for the University of California, it is. For the 10th consecutive year, the UC has received more applications than ever before, and is also admitting […]
Early last week, UC Riverside’s Eaton Collection welcomed the rare 17th century utopian book called “Civitas Solis” or “City of the Sun.” Long sought after by Head of Special Collections Melissa Conway, this first-edition book was acquired with the help of […]
The practice of fracking has become extremely convoluted in public comprehension, whether regarding its processes, its economic implications or its potential environmental impacts. Fracking is just pretty much confusing. But as quickly becomes apparent, it’s a complicated matter that needs […]
Fans of beer and “Game of Thrones,” get ready for a second round! As spring quarter rolls around, so too does the newest season of “Game of Thrones,” and along with it is the release of the newest addition to […]
Hip-hop is far from dead. But if you prefer underground music because mainstream artists are tainting the genre, you may have heard of Chuck Inglish. His newly released album, “Convertibles,” distinguishes the rapper from other underground names by exploring abstract […]
April 12, 2014 Highlanders 6 – Titans 3 A beautiful sunny day and a win for UCR at Cal State Fullerton kicked off the first of a three-game weekend series. The Highlanders defeated the third-place Titans, 6-3. UCR’s starting pitcher […]
Watch the 2014 ASUCR ECAB debates moderated by the Highlander’s managing editor Colin Markovich.