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Getting to know Scotty Highlander

Scotty the Bear Scotty Highlander, more commonly known as Scotty the Bear, is the face of UCR, known for exemplifying the Tartan Soul values...

YAL protests for more free speech on UC campuses

On Wednesday, April 12, the UCR branch of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) held a protest, while they were tabling at the Bell Tower...

Write-off: Resist constructively, or get ready for eight years of Trump

American history and American culture are both completely intertwined with protest and rebellion. To protest something that you see as injustice in order to...

Write-Off: The symptom not the sickness

Last week’s fiery events at Berkeley ignited a new debate over the drawbacks and downfalls of protesting. Armchair activists, safe behind their keyboards, stick...

UC affordability by the numbers

The planned hike will raise tuition by $280 for UC students and $270 for Cal States — The Board of Regents proposed the planned...

People checking in on Facebook are Standing in solidarity with Standing...

For most people who are not Native American, the Standing Rock Reservation, which borders South and North Dakota, had little to no importance in...

Protest culture needs an artful revolution

In my five years at UCR, I’ve witnessed the Occupy UC protests reach a crescendo here on campus, complete with drum circles, police in...

News Year in Review

Fear of tuition hikes boil then simmer The year opened up with the possibility of a tuition hike of up to 5 percent each year...

UCR students “die-in” memory of police brutality victims

Nearly 60 bodies laid strewn on the floor of the HUB Plaza as part of a “die-in” event, which commemorated the lives lost from...

Editorial: Fall 2014: Gone but not forgotten

The last week of classes is finally here. For first-years, the anticipation is new, a feeling of excitement mixed with nervous energy as the...