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Youth mental health crisis calls for new warning labels on social media platforms

In response to the growing youth mental health crisis, the United States Surgeon General Dr. Vivek H. Murthy is calling on Congress to require...

Gov. Newsom’s cuts in funding for California public universities will significantly hurt Inland Empire...

In his updated fiscal year 2024-2025 budget plan, Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing significant cuts in funding for the University of California (UC) and...

Taylor Swift’s lyricism shines in ‘The Tortured Poets Department’

Taylor Swift released her highly anticipated 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” on April 19, 2024. Two hours after its release, Swift added...

Coachella Valley billboards represent deep issues in Palm Springs’ politics

As concertgoers drive down the 10 Freeway for the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, they encounter multiple imposing billboards...
Courtesy of Cecile Diroll _ The Highlander

Dos Hermanas Mexican Food is the comfort cuisine you’ve been looking for

Dos Hermanas Mexican Food is the restaurant you’ve dreamed of when it comes to those sudden soft taco cravings, childhood home-cooked meals, nostalgic throwbacks...

First-year students suffer from FAFSA technical glitches

As high school seniors begin to hear back from colleges in the coming weeks, many have been left in financial limbo due to technical...
Cecile Diroll / The Highlander

Tio’s Tacos: go for the food, stay for the art

Stepping into Tio’s Tacos, I didn’t know what to expect. Art made from trash usually is not something you want to see when eating...

R’Perspective: Reading Grandma’s cards won’t be as difficult for Generation Alpha

My grandmother sends me a “Happy Birthday” card with the typical well-wishes and a $20 tucked inside every year. As a child, I remember...

Newsom and DeSantis debate: bring your hair product of choice

Shouting matches, arrogant smirks, name-calling and lots of hair products characterized the Nov. 30 political debate between California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Florida Gov....

Part one of season six, ‘The Crown,’ deals delicately with Diana’s death

The first part of the highly-anticipated final season of “The Crown” dropped on Nov. 16 on Netflix last week. Focused on the late Queen...