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‘The student intifada’

76 years after the first Nakba, on May 15, 2024 ,in a display of collective resistance, alumni, workers, and students from across the University...

UC response to student protestors spur UAW to strike

In response to the actions undertaken by various University of California (UC) administration in regards to the student protests at the University of California,...

UCR’s SJP protests Hillel guest speaker Michael Alroy

A speaker event hosted by Hillel on Thursday, April 4, 2024, faced uproar on campus, with the University of California Riverside (UCR) Students for...

ASUCR Divests

The Associated Students of the University of California, Riverside (ASUCR) Senate voted Thursday to pass divestment legislation, a measure championed by dozens of organizations,...

SJP hosts walkout for National Student Day of Action for Divestment

A few dozen people gathered at the Highlander Union Building (HUB) as part of the National Student Day of Action for Divestment. The walkout...

Israel tried for violating the Genocide Convention

On Dec. 29, 2023, The Republic of South Africa filed proceedings against Israel before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), regarding Israel's alleged violations...

Israel-Hamas humanitarian pause ends

Following a seven-day humanitarian pause, which began on Nov.24 between Israel and Hamas, bombing re-ensued in the Gaza Strip and parts of Israel. According...

SJP Protest moves downtown

On Friday, Nov. 18, 2023, the University of California Riverside’s (UCR) chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) hosted a rally outside...

Op-Ed: The Reality of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

I am Ethan Daniels (he/him), and my email is [email protected]. I am a student at UC Riverside studying economics and have been working closely...

United States vetoes Brazilian authored UN Security Council draft resolution

Last month, in the United Nations Security Council, the United States vetoed a draft resolution authored by Brazil, which called for a “humanitarian pause”...