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‘I believe that we will win’: the agreement that ended UCR’s...

After five days of camping out at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) Bell Tower, members of the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)...

CIA representatives on campus cause an uproar from students in the...

Students from a new campus organization, Cops Off Campus, gathered Monday evening outside the UCR Career Center building to peacefully protest a job information...

Women, Life, Freedom: The story of Mahsa Amini

On September 13, 2022, Mahsa Zhina Amini was arrested by the “morality police” of Iran due to the fact that she was “improperly” wearing...

Black lives matter and we must reflect this in our actions...

Hands up, don’t shoot. I can’t breathe. Nine minutes. Simple words but once put into their deadly contexts unleash a world of anger, frustration...

Anti-lockdown protests are dangerous and misguided

COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown to contain its spread have taken a devastating toll upon the American economy. According to Kevin Hasset, President Trump’s...

We must remember the Hong Kong protesters during the COVID-19 pandemic

Hong Kong has thus far managed to avoid the brunt of the COVID-19 outbreak, with current reports listing only 1,026 active cases...

The violent riots in Hong Kong are motivated by a virulent...

For the last five months, violent riots have rocked the city of Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China. Despite the activists' claims...

China’s 70th year anniversary milestone is a resounding victory over Western...

On Tuesday, Oct. 1, Chinese President Xi Jinping oversaw the largest military parade and cultural celebration in modern Chinese history. The event, dubbed the...

“Apologies only get you so far”: Students protest HESSR loss

Written by Mark Bertumen, CW with contributions by Aidan Rutten, CW and Amani Mahmoud, CW The Highlander Empowerment Student Services Referendum (HESSR) failed to pass...

Mental health at risk? UC Counseling contract dispute remains unresolved

The long-standing collective bargaining dispute between UC-wide counseling staff and the UC Office of the President (UCOP) continues as UCOP representatives refuse to consider...