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Graduating seniors reflect on their time at UCR

As one journey ends, another begins. Graduation and commencement are underway and differ from last year’s fully remote commencement, as they are being held...

It takes a village to make an issue

  My first frame of reference of college journalism was “Gilmore Girls.” I imagined myself zipping around a newsroom the same way Rory did, calling...

I am not an imposter: A Dreamer’s reflection

When I first moved into the dorms during my first year, my first goal was to find the campus newspaper. My high school newspaper...

The Highlander helped me get through quarantine

Incredibly, up until the middle of my sophomore year at UCR, I was unaware that we had a school newspaper. Perhaps I missed their...

Finding friends in the margins

I’ve always enjoyed writing. I find it easier to put my thoughts onto a page rather than speaking them aloud. But writing can be...

The memories, experiences and knowledge I have gained at The Highlander...

Every day on my walk to one of my classes in the University Lecture Hall, I would stare longingly at a sign in front...

2020-2021 Year in Review

UCR’s 2020-2021 school year has been anything but uneventful. From continuous COVID-19 restrictions to extreme budget cuts, the university community has had to face...

‘I saw the light with the undergrad scholars,’ UCR students advocate...

When Jazmin Garcia first got accepted to UCR as a transfer student from Mount San Antonio College, she was unable to attend due to...

News in Brief: Vaccination update for fall quarter

Spring quarter is rapidly drawing to a close, prompting UCR to inform incoming and continuing students about vaccination requirements for the fall. In an...

An insightful look at a graduating student’s relationship to UCR

When not studying, fourth-year sociology major Shawna Sein can be found in her room curled up watching Netflix or at the Student Recreation Center...