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UCR’s newest additions to the campus

Before in-person instruction was officially ceased during March 2020, construction zones were a common sight on campus. From the construction projects occurring on the...

ASUCR guide

  What does ASUCR do for you? ASUCR represents all undergraduates as the official student government on campus. As such, The Highlander aims to use this...

ASUCR 2020-2021 recap

October 2020  ASUCR debated on a number of constitutional amendments and resolutions in their first meeting on Oct. 12. For instance, CA-F20-002 was proposed to...

Returning to in-person classes as an extreme extrovert will be a...

It’s almost surreal to say that I haven’t been in a physical classroom in over a year. Like many others, the pandemic hit right...

UCR Alumna’s lawsuit dismissed by the court but copyright claim expected...

A federal court in Riverside, CA has dismissed parts of a case involving two UCR professors, non-profit company S.T.R.O.N.G Edutainment and the Regents of...

Improving the promotion of campus resources

Dear Editor, Students are too preoccupied with assignments, work and life to figure out school resources.  UCR relies on students to do their job. At a...

No student left behind when overcoming food insecurity

Dear Editor, I will be the first in my family to live away from home next year, so learning that 6 out of 10 students...

Double the Pell: It’s time for Congress to prioritize low-income students

Low-income college students are in dire need of assistance, and it needs to come from doubling the Pell Grant. Doubling the Pell would be...

The UC wants another tuition hike, it’s time to fight back

Going hungry at night, living in a car and being squeezed for more money are phrases that should never apply to students in America....

The quarter system is harmful to educators and students

University of California, Riverside’s motto of “Finish in Four” means that students must take anywhere from 12 to 15 units every quarter in order...