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The California “Super Bloom” and increase in wildfire devastation

Richard Minnich, a professor in the Department of Earth Sciences at UCR, recently contributed to an LA Times article regarding California’s prospects of a...

Riverside-area legislator aims to double attendance at UC Riverside School of...

On Wednesday, Jan. 9, State Senator for the 31st District Richard Roth announced Senate Bill 56, which requests $80 million for “the construction of...

2018 Midterm Elections Primer: California Propositions

Proposition 1: Proposition 1 authorizes $4 million in bonds to fund existing affordable housing programs, loans, grants and projects specifically for low-income residents, veterans,...

The midterm elections will surely change America – and young people...

  Nov. 6, 2018 is the date of the first midterm elections since 2014, where California voters will have a say in local, statewide and...

Democracy is NOT a spectator sport

Voting is one of the things that make a democracy, fair and free elections evoke visions of what America stands for. Life, liberty, and...

Students cautious yet motivated about midterm voting

Two years after the election of President Donald Trump, the midterm elections are once again slated to take place nationally. The midterm elections, held...

Ethnic Studies courses should be a requirement for high school students

  A bill recently introduced by Assemblyman Jose Medina, (D-Riverside), a former ethnic studies teacher, seeks to make ethnic studies a high school graduation requirement...

Riverside’s city manager contract dispute is a wholly Californian problem

After the Riverside City Council fired former city manager John Russo among controversy over his high salary in April, they shot down a proposal...

California primary election results showcase a medley of landslides and close...

The California primary elections to decide candidates for November’s contests were held Tuesday, June 5. In accordance with the “jungle primary” system in California,...

Highlander Exclusive: An interview with Senator Kevin de Leon

Nearly 100 students and guests packed the Alumni and Visitors Center’s Redmond Dining Room for a chance to personally interact with California State Senator...