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Editorial: Playing the game to beat it: UCR’s battle to change...

What is it, exactly, that makes a college, in the eyes of the public and students, prestigious? Most of us know the name of...

Breaking the cycle of sexual assault

Swarms of anxious and feisty freshman and transfer students are entering our UCR campus with so much anticipation of what these four-plus years will...

Letter to the Editor: Regarding the Student Recreation Center expansion

To the Graduate Student Community, I’m upset about increased mandatory recreation fees for graduate students, and I think you should be too. As you all...

Editorial: Ready, set, college: Learn to push your boundaries

October second. It looms. It’s hanging there like an unwanted relative staying at your house too long, reminding you why you don’t live with...

Editorial: Experience your summer with vigor

Dear UCR students, First off, congratulations on finishing that last final. It was brutal, wasn’t it? Trust us, we know exactly how you felt. Or,...

Hidden cash scavenger hunts: More than meets the eye

As the old saying goes, money makes the world go ‘round. Ever since human society first engaged in barter, minted the first coin, or...

The future of transportation delayed in California

A report from the Beijing Times claims that Chinese officials are interested in a cross-continental railway through the countries of China, Russia, Canada and...

New Scotty’s is beneficial if it gets off the ground

When considering whether the new stores opened by Dining Services are worth the money spent to build them, students need to ask whether these...

The fault of science illiteracy is ourselves

Sen. Marco Rubio recently doubled down on his denial that climate change is caused by man. “I do not believe that human activity is...