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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Soldiers in disguise

While many are out and about enjoying the day off at the beach, others are taking a moment to appreciate the hard work and dedication given to serve our country. Veterans Day was made...

The Clothesline Project: Empowering and giving a voice to survivors

When walking through the colorful shirts hung up on a chain link fence set up for the Clothesline Project — a visual display to bring awareness of violence against women, men and children —...

UCR Around the Globe: London, UK

Name: Kimberly Huang Major: Business Administration Area of Study: London, UK Year: Junior   Due to indecisiveness and procrastination, studying abroad seemed perpetually labeled as “saved for later” on my undergraduate bucket list. Summer was close by, and I...

Campus Cope: Waking up on time

With the new quarter hitting us as hard as the rain, it can be difficult to get into the swing of things — especially if you have one of the dreaded 8 a.m. classes....

UCR celebrates Native American culture with 34th Annual Pow Wow

Individuals made their way to the open field at the Riverside Sports Complex on Friday evening to attend UCR’s 34th annual Pow Wow. Multiple tents and small booths which featured items such as jewelry,...

Haute Hax: Overcoming the struggle of shopping on a budget

Being a college student can get pretty expensive. Even with our attempts to volunteer for extra shifts at our part-time jobs or limit how much we eat out, college students still manage to be...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: Learn to Code: A New Year’s Resolution

One of your New Year’s resolutions should be to learn how to program—new start-up company Codeacademy certainly wants you to. In what could be one of the most simple yet clever marketing campaigns in...

Restaurant Review: Popcorn Chicken

2.5/5 Stars For what seemed like a quarter or two, the location of Fatburger in the University Village was replaced with dark emptiness and a single giant poster of a cartoon chicken boasting the words...

Gong Xi Fa Cai from the Riverside Lunar Festival

Standing on a brick planter on Main Street in Downtown Riverside, I watched as several hundred karate students, dancers in elaborate costumes and a few dozen dragons formed into rows in the square outside...

UCR’s 36th annual writers week

Last week, UCR hosted its 36th annual Writers Week Conference showcasing award-winning poets, novelists and journalists alike. Students and faculty gathered in INTS 1128 and the University Theatre to listen, discuss and learn from...