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A Dance with the Crew of Sadie Hawkins

High school — two words strong enough to send a shiver down any spine. The good times and the bad, the friendships and not-so-friendly, the dances, the awkward hairstyles and fashion choices — there’s...

“Assassin’s Creed 3” Video Game Review

While actually the fifth in the series, “Assassin’s Creed 3” puts an end to the tale of men running around historical settings in white bed sheets. In this final chapter of bed sheet men,...

Away from the Sprawl: Or: How I stopped being a cynic and learned oversaturation...

It’s something that inevitably happens to someone who listens to a ton of music, watches a ton of movies, or consumes a large amount of any type of art. Suddenly, you’re watching a band...

Under The Radar: Issue 05

Artist: Xavier Omar Listeners looking for alternative R&B that’s a little more thoughtful and vocally developed than artists such as PARTYNEXTDOOR and Bryson Tiller, can find just that in Soulection affiliate Xavier Omar, F.K.A SPZRKT...

Alfonso Cervera’s rebozo: Item of seduction and rifle

Dance’s origins are anchored in the social. Either as tribute, celebration or mourning, dance is a way of relating to one another. UCR Dance department graduate student Alfonso Cervera’s MFA thesis performance “Poc-Chuc” links...

“Mad Men: Man with a Plan” Review

“Mad Men” has always touched on Don’s failure to connect with those around him. This week’s episode emphasizes his disconnect with more than just a few comments and clever dialogue, emitting a survival of...

Reveling in the Splash: Spring Splash 2014

The timing of Spring Splash is impeccable. It hits campus right in the middle of midterm season, at a time of ends and new beginnings — when the end of the academic year is...

Modernization of “Noah” succeeds, but lacks consistency

If you found yourself pondering your childhood Bible studies after watching this film, then you probably had the right reaction. In “Noah,” Darren Aronofsky’s modern retelling of one of the most popular biblical tales from...

You’d be mad to miss “Mad Max: Fury Road”

Australia truly is a dangerous place. If the giant spiders, crocodiles or box jellyfish don’t kill you, the roving bands of albino raiders certainly will. “Mad Max: Fury Road” is the fourth film in...

“Moonrise Kingdom” Movie Review

On a cozy island located near New England, 12-year-olds Sam Shakusky and Suzy Bishop have begun writing letters to one another.  On the surface, Sam and Suzy appear to be much like any ordinary...