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Do UC R’Guides App?

It is hard to know what’s going on around campus when in order to do so you have to be constantly following a social...

A healthy society requires promoting women in the journalism industry

In an era when promoting social equality and justice is of paramount importance, much focus has been placed on equal gender representation in the...

Mainstream media reaction has become biased, petty and dishonest in the...

In the wake of Attorney General William Barr’s determination that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report exonerated President Trump from allegations of foreign collusion and...

Controversial social media app draws allegations of Chinese espionage Subtitle: UC...

In recent weeks, the University of California administration published a warning against WeChat, a Chinese social media app popular in the United States, advising...

Calls to rate journalists will only further erode trust in media

Following distasteful news coverage of the automaker Tesla’s production troubles and crashes with cars in its AutoPilot program, Tesla CEO Elon Musk attacked “big...

Covering the “alt-right” is a necessary evil

As our country’s political and social climate becomes more strenuous by the day, media outlets are faced with a unique problem: Their coverage can...

Casual relationships: Should you keep the flame burning or snuff it...

According to a 2012 general psychology review published by the National Institutes of Health, at least 60 percent of college-aged students have participated in...

Beyond R’Margins breaks down the master’s tools with education and all-inclusivity

Returning to UCR for another year to shed light on the continuous social injustices within marginalized communities, the second annual Beyond R’Margins Conference, which...

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...

Professor Joseph Kahne sheds light on fake news and media literacy

In recent news, pundits have been discussing fake news and its impact on the election. President Trump’s former campaign manager, now counselor to the...