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UCR faculty discuss growth and continuation of diversity on campus

On Tuesday, April 18, in MSE 104 from 7-8:30 p.m. Delta Epsilon Mu, a professional co-ed pre-health fraternity for undergraduate students, hosted a special lecture event titled, “Breaking Barriers of Adversity with Dr. Lyons...

Jewish students lead walk in remembrance of the Holocaust

On Wednesday April 19, around noon, members of the international Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi and B’nai B’rith International, a Jewish service organization, sponsored an event titled, “We Walk to Remember.” The annual event...

UCR organizations encourage students to help those in need

On Wednesday, April 19 from 12-1 p.m., the Student Action Council for Eradicating Poverty and Inequality (SACEPI) partnered with OverFlow to participate in Global Poverty Action Day. Together, they gathered at the Bell Tower...

The Highlander interviews California Treasurer John Chiang to discuss politics, Trump and the future...

Shortly after the closing of California Treasurer John Chiang’s headlining event by the UC Riverside School of Public Policy entitled, “Why Resist when we can Lead?” in INTS 1128 at 4:30 p.m., the Highlander...

Highlander Newsroom (4/18/2017)

    It's elections week at UC Riverside and, in response, our board decided to take a hard-line stance against the legal status of laptopping in lieu of endorsing candidates.     We opened this...

News in brief

UCR Researchers Create Sensor to Measure Liquid Samples Researchers at UCR have recently developed a sensor to measure samples by using a piece of glass tubing, which will help when measuring samples that are...

Graduate Student Association speaks on graduate student food insecurity

To continue our coverage on UC Riverside’s 62 percent food insecurity rate, the Highlander sat down with three members of the Graduate Student Association (GSA) — GSA President Shawn Ragan, GSA Legislative Liaison Holly...

UCR continues to license and fund startups

This past fiscal year, UCR has given six commercial licenses to six UCR-affiliated startups. The startups include FarmSense, a computer algorithm designed by computer science professor Eamonn Keogh to monitor, predict and classify insects. The...

ASUCR: Senate votes “no” on impeachment

On Wednesday, April 12 at 6:12 p.m., the second senate meeting of spring quarter convened in UNLH, with the room change made to accommodate an anticipated larger-than-usual student turnout. The meeting began with Chief...