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Mobile games in the pandemic: Socializing online and its negative effects

Since March, interactions with others have changed. People have found themselves being cloistered indoors without much physical contact to the outside world. As a...

Online schooling is mirroring a gate kept education system

As developed countries take the initiative to produce a system for online education, the government must work to ensure that all students have access...

UCR announces instructional technology updates for students and faculty in response...

Lloyd Kao / HIGHLANDER On Saturday, March 14, UCR’s Interim Chief Information Officer of Information Technology Services David...

New “UCR-GUEST” WiFi released at UCR

UCR’s Information Technology Solutions (ITS) department released a new guest WiFi connection this past April named “UCR-GUEST.” The Highlander reached out to Rebecca Hutchins,...

Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Social media

Social media … What arguably started in 2002 as a networking website linking people with common bonds, similar to dating websites, through a website...

Finstagram Fad

Social media has reached a new level of importance in the everyday life of the typical millennial. Most have more than one platform of...

Herzog’s new documentary explores the digital world

Over the last few decades, German director Werner Herzog has been making some of the most compelling documentaries of our era — documentaries which...

A bit is a bit: Net neutrality and the open Internet

Over the past few years, a great increase in notable Internet-related legislation has come into Congress. Some notable bills have been SOPA and PIPA....

City of Riverside discontinues free Wi-Fi

On May 6, the Riverside city council voted to end the 7-year-old citywide wireless network called SmartRiverside. One goal of the free Wi-Fi program...

Twitch Plays Pokemon: A community-based adventure

If you’re wondering why you’re seeing helixes all over the Internet, there’s a good chance you’ve been living under a dome-shaped rock. The plethora of...