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Resolving the history of institutional racism begins with re-introducing affirmative action

The use of affirmative action has long been debated over, especially whether it should be used when examining applicants for higher education. In 1996,...

Students are now opting to attend junior colleges first instead of...

As a result of the pandemic, universities across the country saw a decrease in enrollment. Many students were unable to continue their higher education...

Recent shootings and other controversial events should be addressed in the...

Disclaimer: This editorial deals with issues of gun violence and hate crimes The United States is again having to deal with the turmoil and aftermath...

The integration of AAPI history in education is vital to preventing...

Asian American Pacific Islander month celebrates and represents the cultural significance that AAPI people bring to the United States, a diverse country. With the...

An income-based student loan forgiveness program is a great start to...

During the 2020 Presidential Campaign cycle, Joe Biden promised his supporters he would advocate for some form of student loan forgiveness. Biden has stuck...

The undocumented student experience deserves a proper highlight — here’s mine

When I was fourteen years old, I fully believed that I would never make it out of the Central Valley. I was blinded by...

Harvard releases reports acknowledging its ties to slavery and its plans...

Harvard’s Presidential Commission on the Legacy of Slavery formally acknowledges that slavery was undeniably integral to shaping Harvard University. The university now joins a...

UC Releases brief statement regarding passage of legislation protecting enrollment spots...

University of California President Michael V. Drake M.D. issued a statement on March 14 regarding the California Legislature’s passage of bills SB 118 and...

ASUCR 2022 Elections Guide: Introduction and Timeline

This particular guide aims to provide a proper introduction and timeline of the upcoming 2022-2023 ASUCR Elections. We at The Highlander hope that students...

Students upset over in-person instruction discuss concerns during ASUCR’s 12th meeting.

On Wednesday, Jan. 26, the 12th Associated Students of UCR meeting took place remotely through Zoom. All senators were present, excluding CNASS senator Catelin...