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NOKA showcases Basque heritage at Culver Center of the Arts

Along the quiet streets of downtown Riverside, Basque music flows from the Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts. This event, aptly titled,...

UCR Clothesline Project draws supporters from the sidelines

UCR students were greeted with a large display of freshly painted T-shirts all week long on the lawn by the HUB upper plaza as...

Nana Dijo film screening serves as a platform for discussion on...

By: Adrian Dizon The power and influence of cinema was very much alive during the documentary film screening of “Nana Dijo” on Thursday, Oct. 13...

Funny or Die’s Jokes for Votes uses comedy to make young...

Jokes for Votes has become the first-ever comedy-laced voter registration tour in the world, being put on by Funny or Die, a comedy TV...

KUCR honored by campus at its 50th Anniversary Gala

On Thursday, Oct. 6, four days after KUCR’s official 50th anniversary, the college radio station that has been a staple of UCR held its...

Highlander Con becomes a surreal virtual reality

On Saturday, Oct. 8, within the entire vicinity of the third floor of the Highlander Union Building (HUB), people from across Southern California gathered...

ASPB’s annual Highlander Poolooza made waves with free Carl’s Jr. and...

The clear, bright sky and bountiful sunshine that accompanied Friday, Sept. 30 foreshadowed yet another great day at UCR. People were smiling all around,...

Saturation Fest: A weekend saturated with local art

    Last weekend, the heart of downtown Riverside was pulsating with the excitement of the 16th annual Saturation Fest, which celebrated the burgeoning music and...

Geena Rocero talks history, self-discovery and owning the truth

  “My role is to educate. My role is to tell a story. My role is (to help) people to realize that we need to...

People will remember Josh Peck for more than six seconds

  Written by Jasmine Yamanaka, SSW, and Jessica Baker, SSW Even though ASPB’s “Josh PersPECKtive” event didn’t start until 7:30 p.m., students began to line up...