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ASUCR discusses proposed tuition increases by the UC Regents and changes...

On Wednesday, May 5, ASUCR held their sixth meeting of the quarter as well as their monthly State of the Association. Vice President of...

NIB: Graduating students discuss their time at UCR

The official end of the 2020-2021 school year is drawing nearer, meaning a new cohort of graduates will soon be parting from UCR. Though...

Hundreds of students rally in support of guests at UCR’s 2021...

ASUCR held its sixth meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, April 28 where they discussed legislation related to UCR’s admission requirements, student advocacy for...

ASUCR initiative asks that graduating students be allowed to bring guests...

UCR is currently allowing for spring 2020 and 2021 graduates to participate in an in-person commencement ceremony if they so choose. However, in an...

Campus Cope: It’s a lonely walk to graduation

As I began a depressing year of “Zoom University,” I remember being hopeful that the shelter-in-place orders would be lifted by June 2020 but...

UCR announces plan to host an in-person graduation ceremony for 2020...

COVID-19 information and guidelines regarding county tier assignments and vaccine eligibility are changing at a rapid rate. Last week, Riverside entered the orange tier...

UCR breaks latest graduation rate records

According to Thomas Smith, interim executive vice chancellor and provost, in 2013 UCR began a concentrated effort to improve its graduation rates. Since then,...

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...