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The major problem with declaring a major: societal pressure prevents students...

Faced with a frightful possibility of another economic recession due to the COVID-19 pandemic, college students today are facing more pressure than...

Campus Spotlight: The Center for Ideas and Society

Correction: This article was corrected to reflect these following changes: Professor Georgia Warnke did not state the purpose of the center was to heal...

Spooky Season: The Holiday Spirit

I pace back and forth outside the doors of the Student Recreation Center arena trying to relax my nerves before entering. Today is the...

Spooky Season: Beware the Humanities Building

It was week five — midterm week — and I was running on a whole lot of coffee and very little sleep. I’ve found...

Club Spotlight: Aerospace Systems

Convening in a medium-sized study room on the first floor of Orbach library on Friday (their regular meeting day), May 12, a passionate group...

Campus Cope: Changing majors

Regardless of whether you came from a position in which you felt fully knowledgeably of what you wanted to do after college or if...

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Anthea Kraut

Associate Professor of Dance Anthea Kraut is creating ripples through American dance studies with her second book, “Choreographing Copyright: Race, Gender, and Intellectual Property...

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UCR library receives $100,000 grant to work toward diversifying U.S. digital history The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded the UCR Library...

Humanities and STEM make strange but necessary bedfellows

"Oh, you're an English major? That's interesting." An assuring nod, a brief pause. "So, what are you planning to do with that? I'm often inclined...

Editorial: The arts and humanities: Why the forgotten relics are still...

Well, it was great while it lasted.  This is the final edition of the Highlander. As the University of California, Riverside marches ever onward to...