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Highlander Write-off: Should UC Riverside adopt a Satisfactory/No Credit grading basis for spring 2020?

Drawn by Justus Ross UC Riverside should default to a Satisfactory/No Credit grading basis system for the 2020 spring quarter By: Samuel Harrison, SSW 

The United States needs to address COVID-19 in the developing world

Many western nations are scrambling to pick up the pieces as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to slow its growth. However, complacency in our relatively safe position would be ill-advised. The west may...

Time is a luxury only the rich can afford, and it is about time...

“Time is of the essence,” is a statement that was constantly reiterated in my mind growing up. At the time, it was difficult to realize the immediate pressure it held as it was only...

The new COVID-19 vaccines are not “the mark of the beast”

Since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out at the end of last year multiple pharmaceutical companies have been trying to find a cure. Luckily, two companies, Pfizer and Moderna, announced that they have created a...

Reflection

The decision to undergo intersex surgery should be left up to the intersex individual,...

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, California lawmakers rejected Senate Bill 201 (SB 201), a measure that aimed to ban medically unneccessary treatment for intersex infants ages six and under. Democratic State Sen. Scott Wiener, the...

Bernie Sanders is the only true progressive among democratic frontrunners: Warren doesn’t count

Since his narrow defeat by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 democratic primary, Bernie Sanders has not taken his eyes off his goals for the American people for a second. His new campaign has been...

Online commencement should be kept serious

Spring quarter has been nothing if not disappointing. Students must be numb from hearing about cancellation after cancellation, including in-person instruction for spring and summer quarters, Spring Splash and business closures. As of April...

The pandemic has been no pleasure cruise, but now is not the time for...

As movie theaters, amusement parks and other entertainment attractions slowly begin to reopen their doors to the public, cruise liners are wanting a piece of the pie, especially with spring and summer approaching. The...