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R’Perspective: Commuting to UCR — life on and off the highway

Commuting to campus can feel like a bit of a drag. Personally, the combination of rush hour traffic, rising gas prices and distant parking...

R’ Perspective: Entering the world of higher education

Embarking on my first day of college, I felt a mix of excitement and nerves, grateful for my mom's comforting presence and my dog's...

R’Perspective: While I wait for the love of my life, I...

In February, I am starved for love. I wait for “Good morning” texts and desperate “I love yous.” I re-watched “When Harry Met Sally”...

R’Perspective: How I found my home at UCR

Entering my first year at UCR, I had everything planned out. Though I had only visited the campus once before move-in and did not...

To date or not to date: Entering a new university with...

In addition to the many other challenges incoming students face, some must also face a difficult decision — whether or not they will be...

Feeling out of place does not mean you will never find...

Entering UC Riverside (UCR) as a freshman, I was the picture of optimism. The moment I stepped onto campus, I felt butterflies in my...

COVID-19 is depriving me of housing

As a university student in America when COVID-19 struck, my mind was elsewhere. It was nearing finals...

UCR is being far too callous to their students, particularly student...

Archives /HIGHLANDER Coronavirus has rocked the world. Everyday we are updated constantly on statistics, addresses from...

R’Perspective: The struggle of voting with a religious conscience

From a time before I can remember, I’ve been a Catholic. I was baptized very young, and consequently have been going to church and...

Letters to troops: Imparting thanks to servicemen and women

By: Janine Lano and Edward Dave Dear Troops, Veteran’s Day isn’t just a holiday celebrated so people can have a three-day weekend. While it is a plus,...