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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Reza Aslan talks about religion in America and his CNN show, “Believer”

When most people speak about UCR, there are normally three talking points they focus on. The first is normally about our acclaimed campus diversity. The second is that we have concerts on campus every...

MCS Media Festival showcases future up-and-coming directors

On Thursday, April 27, UCR students showcased their passion and talents for the art of filmmaking at the latest film festival to hit the campus in recent months, the 2017 MCS Media Festival hosted...

Record Store Day 2017 and the importance of analog audio

Saturday, April 22 was the 10th annual Record Store Day, a quasi-holiday of sorts for vinyl record enthusiasts celebrating the culture around independently owned record shops. Record Store Day officially started in April of...

You’ll never know what you’ll find, when you know laughter

On Wednesday, April 19 students and faculty were treated by UCR’s Department of Dance to a fantastic opening night showing of “in knowing laughter” — choreographed and directed by M.F.A. candidate Maggie Sniffen. The...

ASPB’s Arts Walk 2017 oozes with talent and passion

On the evening of Wednesday, April 19, the Bell Tower was surrounded by an array of art showcases ranging from canvas paintings to photography and even graffiti art in ASPB’s Arts Walk 2017 event....

The 14th annual Orange Blossom Ball cha-chas real smooth at the SRC

On Saturday, April 15, the Student Recreation Center was host to Dancesport at UCR’s annual Orange Blossom Ball, an amateur ballroom and Latin dance competition that exhibits talent from schools such as Arizona State...

Student film festival draws laughs, sniffles, and thought-provoking questions

Students, faculty and members of the public were treated to a selection of films made by students as part of UCR’s Department of Theater, Film and Digital Production’s two-day film festival this past Thursday,...

89th Academy Awards Review

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony stirred considerable controversy when Faye Dunaway, the presenter for the Best Picture award, erroneously declared “La La Land” as the victor over “Moonlight” — the true winner. But that...

On stage with Charlyne Yi

Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) welcomed Charlyne Yi, the multi-talented artist of films “Paper Heart” and “Knocked Up” as well as television show “Steven Universe” fame, to UC Riverside this past Tuesday, Feb. 28....

Documentary on French artist Guy de Cointet has its SoCal premiere in Riverside

Marie de Brugerolle is an art curator and professor at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, France. In the past, she has curated retrospectives on Allen Ruppersberg, Larry Bell, prolific conceptual artist...