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Monday, November 12, 2018

ASUCR senate discusses possible gender studies requirement

The ASUCR senate’s fourth general meeting of the quarter convened in the senate chambers shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17. The bulk of the brief meeting was given over to fourth-year political...

Historic Women’s March makes statement in Riverside

Following the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, community leaders all over the country and world organized women’s marches to demonstrate in solidarity against the Trump administration. In Riverside, this march began at City Hall...

UCR awarded $376,191 grant to fund Sherman Indian Museum Digitization Project

UC Riverside has been awarded a $376,191 grant to fund the project, “The Sherman Indian Museum Digital Collection: Increasing Access to American Indian Off-Reservation Boarding School Archives.” The grant, ”Digitizing Special Collections and Archives,”...

ASUCR’s CNAS senators present inaugural STEM Research Expo

On Friday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in HUB 302, ASUCR’s CNAS senators hosted the  Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Research Expo. CNAS Senators TK Nguyen, Carisha Moore, Johnathan Li...

Retired UCR Provost Rabenstein faces gender discrimination charges

In late 2013 former UC Riverside Chief Campus Counsel Michele Coyle filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California and former UC Riverside Executive Vice Chancellor (EVC) and Provost...

ASUCR to vote on justice impeachment in emergency meeting

At around 10 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28,  ASUCR notified senators announcing an emergency senate meeting to be held this Monday, Jan. 30, to hear cases for the impeachment of Judicial Branch’s Chief Justice Jo...

Highlander Exclusive: Academic Senate Chair Dylan Rodriguez speaks on UCR leadership crisis

UC Riverside is in the midst of a significant transitional phase. Though this can not be considered a very recent development, as it is a phase which was mostly initiated in 2013, around the period...

UCR IT layoffs could mean less support for more students: Former IT staff speak...

The Highlander sat down this week with Robert Newman, a former UCR Information Technology Services (ITS) employee to discuss the recent spate of layoffs of ITS staff. Newman, himself a victim of these layoffs,...

ASUCR: Senate votes “no” on impeachment

On Wednesday, April 12 at 6:12 p.m., the second senate meeting of spring quarter convened in UNLH, with the room change made to accommodate an anticipated larger-than-usual student turnout. The meeting began with Chief...

Students held at gunpoint, booty nearly stolen

Three students were held at gunpoint by two pirates at the mouth of the Colorado River at 11:30 p.m. on March 26. Out for a refreshing moonlit swim to the C, the students had...