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Letter to the Editor: Correcting the Timeline

Dear Editorial Board, My name is Logan Fraigun (He/Him). I am a third year political science student. I am associated with Hillel, the largest Jewish...

A response to ‘It’s time to take a closer look at the Cal Grant...

In reading the Opinions piece titled “It’s time to take a closer look at the Cal Grant and its systemic disadvantages,” the Financial Aid...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editors, In the November 2nd issue of The Highlander, Fatema Shalabi wrote an opinion piece arguing that the proclivity of younger people to reject...

We must do more to avoid plastic-polluted seas

Dear Editor: Seeing a seagull filled with plastic trash is normal now. Seeing an ocean or beach filled with plastic trash is normal now too....

Improving the promotion of campus resources

Dear Editor, Students are too preoccupied with assignments, work and life to figure out school resources.  UCR relies on students to do their job. At a...

No student left behind when overcoming food insecurity

Dear Editor, I will be the first in my family to live away from home next year, so learning that 6 out of 10 students...

UCR can become a national leader against Climate Change

About the author: Alan Arteaga is an International Affairs major and CALPIRG intern in for their 100% Renewable energy campaign. Humanity is sitting on a...

UC ensures integrity of Title IX process in face of legal developments, uncertainty

Nationwide, higher education institutions are navigating a period of uncertainty around the laws that govern our response to sexual harassment, which includes sexual violence....

Democracy is NOT a spectator sport

Voting is one of the things that make a democracy, fair and free elections evoke visions of what America stands for. Life, liberty, and...

Why a lack of mental health awareness in college can lead to crushed dreams

  By: Michael Rios Editor's note: Michael Rios is a UCR alumnus and former Highlander editor. Sometime during my third year at UCR, I gave up...