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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

The disgusting story of the pot ballot

This June, people in Riverside will be able to vote on the Riverside Medical Marijuana Restriction and Limitation Act. This initiative made its way onto the ballot because of the efforts of medical marijuana...

Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation exonerates President Trump from Democrat-inspired Russian conspiracy theories

Last weekend, Attorney General William Barr submitted a four-page summary of the conclusions of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into potential collusion and obstruction of justice charges against President Trump and members of his...

The man awarded by women

Glamour Magazine’s Woman of the Year Award was given to a man this year. His name is Bono — lead singer of the well-known rock band U2 and major advocate for feminism and women’s...

It’s about time for proper drug reform, and Oregon should be our role model

It’s time for the U.S. to decriminalize drug possession, and it appears that a majority of the nation agrees with this too. The 2020 election saw many measures and legislation on the ballot, some...

Highlanders must support California Proposition 13 on March 3 for critical seismic infrastructure investment...

Martin Lopez /HIGHLANDER As a rapidly growing campus community with nearly 21,000 undergraduates, the students attending the University of California, Riverside recognize the utter importance of finding...

Editorial: R’Elections reflect on us

The Associated Students of UCR (ASUCR) elections are coming up in the first week of spring quarter, meaning that there will soon be campaigns for the positions available on the students’ representative body. The...

Double the Pell: It’s time for Congress to prioritize low-income students

Low-income college students are in dire need of assistance, and it needs to come from doubling the Pell Grant. Doubling the Pell would be hugely beneficial to low-income students affected by the pandemic, and...

Universities need to do a better job of equally protecting their speakers

On Wednesday, April 19, UC Berkeley canceled a planned speaking event by conservative commentator Ann Coulter, citing security concerns. Due to Coulter’s determination to speak, the event was later rescheduled, only to be canceled...

Tall Tail #15

Colorado sheriff’s decision not to uphold state gun laws should not be tolerated

Colorado Sheriff Steve Reams recently told CNN that he would rather go to jail than enforce a newly introduced gun law. He wishes to give himself permission to ignore state law at will, but...