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ASUCR Elections Guide 2018-2019: Endorsements

President: The Highlander Editorial Board has elected not to endorse either candidate for president, as the Board could not come to a unanimous agreement on...

ASUCR Elections Guide 2018-2019: Senators

Roman “Alex” Gonzalez - CHASS Senator I am a third-year economics and administrative studies major, and am running for CHASS senator. I come from the...

ASUCR Elections Guide 2018-2019: President

Diana Jekki - President Diana Jekki, a fourth-year double major in political science-law and society and English, has a tremendous record in working toward bettering...

ASUCR Elections Guide 2018-2019: Referenda

Highlander News Referendum   Ballot Language:   Your student paper needs your help. The Highlander Newspaper has stood for 63 years as UC Riverside’s independent and student-run media...

ASUCR announces the implementation of a commuter meal plan

One day before the R’Gear reveal, ASUCR senators voted to allocate $2,900 to purchasing 300 lab coats. 250 of these lab coats will be...

3,400 students get sweaters during fourth annual R’Gear reveal

ASUCR held its fourth annual R’Gear giveaway at the SRC North on Thursday, April 13, where they distributed UCR-themed sweaters and organized a canned...

Free lab coats and no more week 10 finals? ASUCR debates...

ASUCR held their first senate meeting of spring quarter on Wednesday, April 4, beginning at 6:38 p.m. The Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) led...

Student Lobby Conference promotes discussion on student hunger, inadequate funding

From Friday, March 23 to Sunday, March 25, students from UCR and eight other UC campuses gathered at the State Capitol for the annual...

Goodbye R’Gear, hello puppies

Critics of ASUCR’s decision to spend nearly $35,000 on R’Gear sweaters were left perplexed this week as ASUCR announced its decision to instead use...

Full steam ahead for R’Gear: Executive veto struck down by ASUCR...

R’Gear earned a victory in the ASUCR Judicial Council late Tuesday afternoon as the justices overturned an executive veto, allowing the project to continue,...