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America has changed since 1787, and the Electoral College shouldn’t be...

Although Donald Trump won the Electoral College (tentatively), Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by over 2 million votes. This demonstrates that based on...

Running away to Canada really isn’t going to fix anything

America does not want you, fair-weather countrymen. I apologize that your candidate did not win, but the best part of a democratic republic is...

Highlander Diaries: Elections

Elections have come and gone and we must say “au revoir” to the tediously covered and highly controversial campaign that comprised of the first...

Declaring Election Day a holiday is one of many ways to...

Well, the elections are over at long last. Regardless of our various reactions to the outcome, we can’t ignore how millions were frustrated by...

Elections are important, but so are other issues

Every elections cycle, media coverage tends to work out the same way: As the election year looms, elections discourse begins to trickle into the...

News year-in-review

The 2015-2016 school year has been long, eventful and packed with stories that the news team has attempted to duly cover. Below are some...

“Highlanders Against Hillary” protest against Democratic frontrunner speaking to UCR

U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton brought her campaign to UCR on Tuesday, May 24 to promote her policies regarding education, wealth inequality and mental...

Phishing for votes

Writer: Bradley Evans, Electrical Engineering major E-mail: bevan006@ucr.edu This is my first year here as a transfer to UCR, and so it was my very first exposure...

ASUCR continues elections debate

This week’s ASUCR senate meeting saw the continuation of discussion involving the judicial council’s ruling to not validate elections results. ASUCR also passed a...

Highlander Newsroom (4/13/16)

This week in the Highlander Newsroom, we chat about the UC monitoring of campus networks, the Panama Papers and UCR elections. Be sure to catch...