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Shedding new light on mental health awareness as a result of...

As lockdowns seem to have no end in sight, mental health concerns in young adults have increased. As a consequence of social isolation, students...

UC President Michael Drake discusses tuition and fees, campus reopenings and...

On Tuesday, Nov. 10, newly appointed University of California (UC) President Michael B. Drake met with student press from across the UC system to...

Under the Kilt: Establishing boundaries for yourself and not others

Have you ever had those moments where you wished you had put your foot down and stood up for yourself? Maybe it was during...

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...

Build up your mental health by building a self-care kit

Self-care kits are a collection of miscellaneous items that help boost one’s emotional health. The items placed in a self-care kit are designed to...

It is important to prioritize mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

Courtesy of Pexels As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen our daily lives have been reshaped with necessary...

Acknowledging the loneliness epidemic

The advent of social media has had profound effects on our society. In a sense, humanity is now more connected than at any point...

Magic mushroom medicine: a potential new method for treating depression and...

Denver recently passed legislation decriminalizing psilocybin mushrooms and the rest of the United States might do well to follow the Coloradoan city’s example. It...

9th annual GenerAsian Conference empowers the femme API community

On Saturday, Feb. 9, Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) held the 9th annual GenerAsian Womxn’s Conference with the theme “Flourishing Femmes!” Over 30 people...

Why a lack of mental health awareness in college can lead...

  By: Michael Rios Editor's note: Michael Rios is a UCR alumnus and former Highlander editor. Sometime during my third year at UCR, I gave up...