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Women’s tennis finishes year with best record since 2011

Despite stumbling toward the latter half of the season, and a disappointing loss to UC Irvine in the Big West tournament at the Indian...

Baseball falls to Fresno State, but wins two of three in...

After suffering a 7-5 loss to visiting Fresno State University Bulldogs (25-21, 13-10) of the Mountain West Conference on Wednesday, May 2, the UC...

Write-Off: Aaron Hernandez’s pay off

Pay Aaron Hernandez, dead or alive Jon Hammond  It’s April 2010, you’re a red-blooded American, so of course you’re watching the NFL Draft. Whether it's at...

Softball splits explosive doubleheader with Northridge to open series

UCR softball (24-21, 6-8) took a trip to Northridge this Saturday, April 29 for a weekend series against the Cal State Northridge Matadors (28-18,...

Highlander’s 2017 NFL Draft Preview: Positional Breakdown

With the plethora of players and talent in this year’s NFL class and the questions at quarterback, analysts are all over the place in...

Softball goes even in pair of doubleheaders

The UCR women’s softball team (23-19, 5-6) dropped both games in a doubleheader with Cal State Bakersfield on Wednesday, April 19, but was able...

Highlander NBA playoffs predictions

Jon Hammond, Senior Staff Writer and Christian May-Suzuki, Senior Staff Writer Western Conference Finals picks Jon: I have the Golden State Warriors returning to the Western...

The Highlander’s (way too early) 2018 NCAA Tournament favorites

After an NCAA Tournament full of questionable calls and questionable seedings, it is only fitting that we continue to question, and what better way...

Coping with the pope-ing: Surviving a papal presidency as a non-Christian

With the insanity of the body-swapping incident claiming the personas of millions, perhaps there is no swap more significant than that between the sovereign...

R’Perspective: A year singing the trap house blues

It took coming home from school one Monday night to find two of my housemates sifting through a pure block of cocaine for me...