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Racing to normalcy won’t make students happy

Even as we move toward the midyear mark of 2021, the world cannot shake the crushing effects of 2020. The number of vaccinations and...

The pandemic has been no pleasure cruise, but now is not...

As movie theaters, amusement parks and other entertainment attractions slowly begin to reopen their doors to the public, cruise liners are wanting a piece...

Despite criticism, the US is doing quite well regarding pandemic response...

Joe Biden’s presidency gave way to many substantial changes in the United States’ COVID-19 response. Thanks to the rapid vaccine distribution, we have seen...

Returning to normalcy means the return of systemic problems

Joe Biden’s presidency gave many hopes for extensive change to occur; already we have seen the country slowly but surely returning to normalcy with...

News in Brief: UCR instates new COVID-19 cleaning crew

UCR’s Environmental and Resource Services for Facilities Services has organized a new cleaning task force dedicated to cleansing and sanitizing areas of the university...

We missed out on the $15 minimum wage increase

Joe Biden’s presidency offered hope for extensive change in the nation. One of the many measures that we looked forward to was the American...

Health passports: navigating life in a post-COVID-19 future

Until we are able to get the majority of the population safely vaccinated, COVID-19 tracking and identification apps must be an integral part of...

The commute is more important than we think, and it’s time...

As the one-year anniversary of the pandemic approaches, it seems almost impossible for those working from home to imagine their prior days of sitting...

It’s time to pursue a reinvestment in systemwide student-based advocacy that...

Over the past fifty years, the UC Student Association has represented students across the University of California to the Board of Regents, the UC...

California residents should not be responsible for cleaning up a mess...

After irresponsible mismanagement of the unemployment system, California’s unemployment agency has found itself in a backlog. Having overpaid millions of people and failing to...