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Sunday, November 18, 2018

The gap year: An integral part of the higher education system

The White House recently announced first daughter Malia Obama’s plans following her high school graduation this spring. In addition to her intent to enroll at Harvard, it was announced that Malia would be taking...

Editorial: Obama college rating system will work with some changes

With the Super Bowl over and the people who legally agreed upon deals with friends whereby some would be given money in the event of the Patriots winning (not gambling, because that’s wrong), it...

Letters to troops: Imparting thanks to servicemen and women

By: Janine Lano and Edward Dave Dear Troops, Veteran’s Day isn’t just a holiday celebrated so people can have a three-day weekend. While it is a plus, the real reason it’s celebrated is to commemorate the sacrifices...

Voter’s Guide

Prop 51: The Highlander Editorial Board endorses Proposition 51 on the California ballot. Proposition 51 would allow California to issue $9 billion in bonds for physical repairs, construction and upgrades for public K-12 schools and community...

Tall Tail #13

Pump up the palate: bring more food trucks to campus

You have an hour in between lab and lecture, and you’re starving. Orange chicken from Panda Express again? The same cheese pizza from La Fiamma? That authentic sushi roll from Honor Roll? You can...

Lawsuit raises questions regarding American Samoan citizenship

American Samoan John Fitisemanu filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of State on Tuesday, April 10, alleging that the department’s policy of not granting birthright citizenship to American Samoans violates the 14th...

United Community of Riverside: Pay Attention to Local Government

Ideologically, people frequently fall into one of two categories. There are those who believe that government is inherently harmful, and favor only creating regulations when absolutely necessary — say, to prevent that guy sitting...

Editorial: Behind the veil of ASUCR

This week students get to have their say over who represents them on the ASUCR Senate. The decisions we make can have huge implications over the way our student fees are allocated, how we’re...

The plight of nontraditional students in the Inland Empire

I am a third-year transfer student who began my path to a university education at a community college. I know the importance of having access to higher education, and how reflective that accessibility can...