A unique feature of a big University is the absolutely electric atmosphere that arises from the union of the diverse student perspectives. I constantly find myself surprised by how distinctive each student I meet at the university is, in his or her values, background, aspirations, and even in the simple way of how they carry themselves.
As I touched upon in my last post, “Educational Power and Solidarity,” the UCR is especially distinguished due to being the first superior education institution in the country and because it unites students from all walks of life under one central premise of education being the key for the future of the country.
In the months that have transpired since that post, I have witnessed confirmation of the prevalence of student solidarity and student participation:
In a historical round of...