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R’Perspective: President-elect Donald Trump’s promotion of America’s xenophobia

Almost as soon as Republican nominee Donald Trump was announced as the president-elect, America was gripped with fear and a sudden realization of how...

On academia’s exploitation of Chinese international students

While campaigning for the upcoming presidential election, Republican nominee Donald Trump’s anti-China rhetoric raises questions of whether an unconscious bias has developed against Chinese...

Housing’s protocol on following-up for issues (or lack thereof)

When late September rolls in, it harkens the end of summer vacation and the start of a new fall quarter. There’s a buzz of...

The fetishization and misconceptions of Asian-American culture

As a West Coast native, it is commonplace to joke about how the Midwest and East Coast must be very racist and white supremacist...

Choosing the path of least resistance

When I awoke at 5 a.m. to catch the morning train to Riverside from Los Angeles, it started off like every sleepy commute to...

R’Perspective: My experience with bullying in on-campus housing’s apartments

I remember the scene on move-in day quite vividly. It was almost as if the sun's emergence harkened the apprehension and excitement that always...