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‘The Talented Mr. Ripley,’ a gem of the psychological thriller genre

“The Talented Mr. Ripley” is a 1999 psychological thriller that captures the power of charisma and charm and the chess game of interpersonal politics....

Billionaires should be giving more than pocket change in times of...

Courtesy of Brian Solis via Flickr With COVID-19 sweeping the nation at an unprecedented rate, it is clear...

Choosing morality over convenience: consumers cannot be allowed to forget that...

Amazon customers have had reason to rejoice as of late. Whereas up until very recently the company required Prime members to spend at least...

Cellar Door Bookstore hosts former UCR professor’s talk on capitalism

On Thursday, Oct. 26, the Cellar Door Bookstore, located on Canyon Crest Drive, less than a mile away from UCR campus, hosted a talk...

UCR researcher discovers black women plagued by employment disadvantages post-prison

UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow, Susila Gurusami, found that black women face more challenges than any other category of people in Los Angeles when trying...

Highlander Newsroom 12/03/14

This week on the Highlander Newsroom, we discuss how we celebrated Black Friday (or didn't), and touch on the protests in Downtown Riverside and...

Why capitalism means the death of literary artistry

I hope you’ve read a book in the last year. It would be an incredibly great thing to know that every student here has...

Emotional and socio-economic implications of retail therapy

After taking a last bite of Thanksgiving dinner, scores of people rushed over to major retail stores to line up for Black Friday sales,...