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Attorney General candidates debate criminal justice reform, immigration enforcement

By: Amani Mahmoud, CW and Mark Bertumen, CW UCR hosted a debate between the four candidates for California’s Office of Attorney General (AG) on the...

Updating the U.S.’ asylum laws is a matter of life or...

It is often stated that the U.S. is a nation of immigrants; this fact holds true today as much as ever, as nearly 1.5...

UCR report offers insight to Inland Empire’s immigrant population

UCR’s Center for Social Innovation is exploring the nearly one million immigrants living in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Published April 18, a report...

UCR research links anti-immigrant sentiment to higher mortality

Brittany Morey, a UC chancellor’s postdoctoral fellow in the School of Public Policy at UCR, published an article in the journal Social Science and...

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf tests ICE — did she slip?

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf made national headlines last week after warning her constituents, via Twitter, about Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids taking place...

Lottery blues and old news: The immigration debate Republicans refuse to...

New York’s most recent terror attack immediately drew political controversy when analysis revealed that the suspect, Green Card-holder Sayfullo Saipov, had gained permanent residency...

Middle Eastern Student Center’s 2017 M.E. Week celebrates art, cuisine, performance...

A traditional Middle Eastern sobhaneh was a great wake up for Middle Eastern Week By: Evan Ismail, SSW To begin the Middle Eastern Student Center’s (MESC)...

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...

The Debate at UCR

On Wednesday, Oct. 19 the Highlander, in conjunction with the Associated Students of UCR, hosted “The Debate at UCR” between the College Democrats of...

News in brief

Professor to give talk on U.S. as a nation of immigrants On Thursday, Jan. 14, Mai Ngai – professor of history and Lung Family Professor...