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Gov. Brown’s proposal and its hidden consequences

It is a sad but true statement that money is what makes things happen when it comes to the education of students and the...

Gov. Brown’s proposal to change community college funding for the better

When have you gone to a restaurant and had to pay before you even got to taste your meal? You don’t show up to...

Governor Brown’s budget surplus forgets about the students

Just last academic year, UC Riverside admitted 5,266 transfer students and the entire UC system admitted 48,662 students. For every UC school over 90...

Hope on the horizon for the undocumented dreamer

There are an estimated 11.1 million undocumented immigrants currently residing in the United States. They have made significant sacrifices, risked their lives crossing borders,...

Testing conflicts with educational reform

Remember STAR testing? If you’re unfamiliar with the subject, just know that there is no true incentive for a student to perform well on...

Editorial: Dear First-Year Highlander: The Water’s Fine

A student’s first week on campus can be summed up as a sensory overload-induced daze. If it weren’t for some merciful professors’ generous first-day-of-class...

Editorial: Obama’s Immigration Act Needs Further Legislation

President Obama has issued an executive order which will temporarily halt the deportation of young undocumented immigrants. Under this policy, exemption will apply to...

News in Brief

UC Board of Regents Appoint UC Provost The former dean of UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies Aimee Dorr will be serving as...

Creationism in Tennessee public education

In the town of Dayton, Tennessee, 87 years ago, John T. Scopes was charged with violating the Butler Act for teaching Darwin’s theory of...

CA women continue to make progress

A recent university study has found that California women have made significant strides in many areas, particularly in the field of education, where they...