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CALPIRG and other student groups register over 1,000 students to vote

Student organizations at UCR have been employing several strategies to register students to vote, with the U.S. midterms approaching on Nov. 6, and the...

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...

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...

ASUCR reviews members of staff and committees, elects new BCOE senator...

ASUCR held their second meeting of the fall quarter at 6:35 p.m. last Wednesday, Oct.10. The Senate discussed the appointment of a new BCOE...

The Year in Review: Highlights of the 2017-2018 Academic Year

September On Sept. 26, 2017, freshman convocation occurred with speakers such as Chancellor Kim Wilcox, President of the UCR Alumni Association Kenneth Noeller, Executive...

What Mexico Can Learn From Venezuela in Upcoming Elections

Times are changing and they are changing fast. Emerging leaders invoke nostalgic memories of what the world used to look like and draw attention...

Students urge administrators to support Costo Hall

Following the Highlander Empowerment Referendum’s (HESSR) failure to meet the minimum 20 percent voter turnout required to pass increased funding for Costo Hall programs,...

ASUCR has no reason to be proud of this year’s elections

Elections Director Taylor Brown announced the results of the 2018-2019 ASUCR elections last Monday, and while there was quite a bit of applause and...

“Apologies only get you so far”: Students protest HESSR loss

Written by Mark Bertumen, CW with contributions by Aidan Rutten, CW and Amani Mahmoud, CW The Highlander Empowerment Student Services Referendum (HESSR) failed to pass...