Consistently ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the most diverse national universities today, the University of California, Riverside is being adversely affected by what UCR professor Mike Davis has called a “scheme for gentrifying” the campus. This article discusses the stakes of such policy changes, both for the campus itself and for the surrounding community, while also selectively chronicling student protests that arose in response to these changes.

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