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Bree Newsome is still climbing: The activist talks life beyond #KeepItDown

https://soundcloud.com/myles-duve/activist-bree-newsome-speaks-on-life-beyond-keepitdown There is a moment in the autobiography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. where, when reflecting on his time as a freshman at Morehouse...

UCR GSA has departed UC Student Association

ASUCR’s Vice President of External Affairs Johnathan Li used the early portion of his officer report during last Wednesday’s State of the Association (SOA)...

NYT’s Thomas Edsall tackles white identity in Trump era

Thomas Edsall, leading political columnist for the New York Times, delivered a pointed assessment of the current political climate to an audience of about...
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RADAR Sessions: After finding himself, underground rapper Maxo is pursuing greatness

As we sit across from each other on the upper balcony inside downtown Riverside’s part-coffee shop part-arts and entertainment venue Back to the Grind,...

Highlander Newsroom (4/25/2017)

  This week, a scathing audit of the University of California revealed that the office of the president (UCOP) has withheld $175 million from the...

Inside ASUCR’s battle over controversial judicial ruling

This past week, varying contingents within ASUCR executed a series of actions that could hold a significant impact on April’s upcoming 2017-18 elections. As we...

Developing: [YOUR]side requested signatures on noncompete agreement forms from party members

An email received by the Highlander at around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 11, reveals that, during the 2014-15 academic year, leadership within the...

Ventura fault could cause damaging earthquake, new research discovers

People living in coastal Southern California continue to face the greatest earthquake risk across the nation and, historically, much of that risk has been...

A sit-down with #BlackLivesMatter co-founders Alicia Garza and Patrisse Cullors

The easy way to begin the origin story for the Black Lives Matter movement is to start in July of 2013 when George Zimmerman...

ASUCR special senate meeting: Gbujama and Jackson keep office; Gomez given presidency

On Monday, Jan. 30, an“emergency” ASUCR senate meeting officially began at 10:14 p.m. in a senate chamber holding approximately 60 UC Riverside students and...