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How The Highlander made me the journalist I am today

Today, I consider myself a journalist. A fledgling journalist for sure, and perhaps not even a great fledgling journalist, but a journalist all the...

Working at The Highlander has given me a myriad of unique...

Joining The Highlander newspaper has given me a multitude of opportunities and experiences that I could have never even dreamed of coming into college....

Education doesn’t always happen in lecture halls: My reflections on four...

When I was first looking for colleges to apply to, I remember how impressed I was that UCR had a student newspaper. I was...

How Little Caesars pizza helped me develop lifelong relationships at The...

  During week zero of my first year, my roommate, other first years living in Aberdeen Inverness and I took a tour around campus. As...

UCR plans to host an online celebration for class of 2020

Due to the circumstances regarding COVID-19, the UCR class of 2020 has had their official in-person commencement ceremony postponed, with the exception of the...

UCR’s commencement 2020 should take the opportunity to be fun and...

The class of 2020 has been put in a precarious situation due to COVID-19 affecting everyone projected to walk the aisle and receive a...

Graduation in a time of uncertainty

Empty chairs before the Clemson graduation Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Spring quarter is a thrilling time for any...

ASUCR hosts a focus group to brainstorm alternative plans for commencement

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, ASUCR hosted a commencement focus group in order to allow students to brainstorm alternative locations for commencement. Commencement will tentatively...

UCR ranked 27 on Forbes list of best valued universities in...

On April 24, UCR ranked 27 on Forbes’ list of the best value universities in the U.S. Last year,  UCR ranked 64. The list...

Reports show lower disparity between white and black graduation rates at...

According to a report by The Education Trust, a national nonprofit that advocates for students of color and low-income students, UCR has made significant...