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The Highlander editorials reflect the majority view of the Highlander Editorial Board. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Associated Students of UCR or the University of California system.

Students are now opting to attend junior colleges first instead of four-year universities

As a result of the pandemic, universities across the country saw a decrease in enrollment. Many students were unable to continue their higher education...

Recent shootings and other controversial events should be addressed in the classroom

Disclaimer: This editorial deals with issues of gun violence and hate crimes The United States is again having to deal with the turmoil and aftermath...

Mexican journalists are being murdered while trying to uncover and end corruption in the...

Journalists play a pivotal role in upholding democracy and informing the public. In the United States, journalists are sometimes critiqued or threatened by those...

The Roe v. Wade overturn leak is a complicated reveal with complicated implications

The leak of the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade on May 2 was a horrific shock to much of America. Though it was...

Unaffiliated organizations shouldn’t get to run rampant in campus life

Although student government does prepare some of the arena of American politics, the corruption and in-groups shouldn’t be part of the process. UCR, like...
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Telehealth companies have offered millions of ways to get mental health treatments, but with...

One of the strangest elements of the COVID-19 pandemic was how usually busy spaces quickly became abandoned. As populations were shut in their homes...

“Think of the Children” has become a dangerous dog whistle for regressive ideas

Out of most developed countries, Americans are often the most supportive of regressive ideas. The slew of recent bills ranging from the “Don’t Say...

College student government should work for the students, but ultimately ignores their needs

Student government election season is always obvious, as brightly colored posters are plastered up all throughout the campus. Candidates come up with snappy slogans...

California’s mental health bill for youth is too little, too late

Most experts agree that the mental health crisis among the U.S.’s children predates the pandemic. The increased use of social media, greater awareness of...

The Supreme Court deserves a judge like Ketanji Brown Jackson, whether conservatives like her...

Following the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer, President Joe Biden chose to follow through on at least one of his campaign promises: to nominate...