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The threat of Trump is a signal to become politically active

Election Day 2016 will certainly be a memorable day for Americans, and for all the wrong reasons. Most people, this editorial board included, probably...

An investment in Heat is an investment in student morale

The HUB Governing Board voted on Oct. 17 to make two different recommendations regarding the continuation of the Heat music festival; one of which...

Gender-neutral bathrooms do not constitute a victory for the transgender community

Governor Jerry Brown recently enacted a bill that will require all single-occupant bathrooms in California to have gender-neutral signage on their door. This bill...

UCR is getting too big, too fast

UCR is in the midst of a crisis. At a glance, it may seem to be the same UCR as last year. There have...

UCR’s “Cool School” ranking paves the way for future sustainability projects

UCR recently placed 27th out of 201 universities in the Sierra Club’s “Cool School” ranking system. This ranking scores each participating university on sustainability,...

CSULA’s themed housing raises concerns about the future of diversity in...

Cal State Los Angeles (CSULA) recently generated controversy when it announced the creation of a specific housing option for “those interested in issues concerning...

Leniency for Brock Turner has implications beyond Stanford

Widespread outrage continues to emerge since Tuesday, June 7 when Santa Clara Superior Court judge Aaron Persky decided to give former Stanford University swimmer,...

Sanders’ and Clinton’s visits fortify Riverside’s significance in the California primaries

Last Tuesday, Democratic Party presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton held rallies in the Riverside area, the former in downtown Riverside, and the...

New UC financial aid policy means that student athletes will not...

Last week, a UC panel approved a new policy that would guarantee financial aid to student athletes at Division I schools in the event...

Wilcox’s Physical Master Plan lurks away from students’ educational needs

Since 2014, Chancellor Kim Wilcox’s Physical Master Plan has been in the works. Previous consultation workshops have been held at the HUB to gather...