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ASUCR’s lack of transparency leaves much to be desired

At a closed meeting on May 16, CHASS Senator Mariam Alkhalili’s senate bill to reduce ASUCR Executive Cabinet (ECAB) stipends by about 60 percent...

UCR professor leads team in creating model explaining universe transparency

Assistant professor in UCR’s department of physics and astronomy, Naveen Reddy, has recently published two papers discussing his research explaining why the universe has...

Why transparency and communication is needed from administration

What’s the situation between ASUCR and UCR campus administration? Before an opinion is offered on the situation, we believe it is ultimately beneficial for the...

R’Gear: the changes are welcomed, but spending is not

  Despite controversies with the first R’Gear program, a reformed continuation has been in the works. Noticing a “lack of campus pride” as a first...

New budget plan strives for transparency

Administrators discussed key aspects of UCR’s new budget plan at the chancellor’s first town hall meeting of the new quarter on Monday. The new...

Letter to the Editor: Regarding the Jan. 13 article entitled, “Cyber...

I felt compelled to write this Letter to the Editor in response to The Highlander’s front page story entitled “Cyber attack on ASUCR website...

Cyber attack on ASUCR website decreases transparency

As a result of a cyber attack that shut down the ASUCR website, members of ASUCR have decided to switch to an older server...

Letter to the Editor: Transparency Whenever Possible

And here’s how: There is now a direct line of communication between every UCR undergraduate student and the President of your student government to get...

ASUCR: Judicial appointments spark transparency debate

The Judicial Council represents the legal branch of the senate, enforcing the constitutionality of ASUCR’s bylaws and addressing reported complaints, whether in regards to...

Drone strikes have upsides, but veiled by thick smokescreen

The George W. Bush administration first launched America’s secret aerial warfare on Oct. 7, 2001, a month after the tragic devastation of the Twin...