65.8 F
Riverside, US
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Home Tags Features

Tag: features

“Geek On!” and prosper: Students showcase fandom and creativity at the...

The HUB saw a massive takeover of over 1,000 anime fans, cosplayers and gamers alike this past Sunday, for the second annual “Geek On!”...

Graduating? How to make the most of your last weeks at...

For many of us, UCR has been our home for several years. We entered the campus blissfully unaware of our futures, and now we...

The Spring Food Truck Festival offers some diverse food choices at...

Students on campus were lined up across the HUB upper plaza last Thursday, looking to indulge in a variety of foods that spanned various...

Students light up the dance floor at Silent DisGlo

The floor of the HUB Plaza flashed pink, purple and blue last Wednesday night as a disco ball spun overhead. Students signed in and...

Doublelift speaks on Team Liquid and career experiences at “Beyond the...

“Everyone else is trash” were the words uttered by Peter Yiliang Peng in an interview following a dominate victory at the 2013 League of...

Club Spotlight: Project Sunshine brings light to child patients

After second-year biology major Natalie Taby attended the first general meeting of Project Sunshine in the fall quarter, her smile lasted for two hours....

ME Week’s “Tatreez and Tea” weaves students together for Palestinian tradition

A blend of intimacy and coordination were on full display at HUB 377 as the Middle Eastern Student Center (MESC) hosted “Tatreez and Tea.”...

What to do when you think your partner is cheating

Getting cheated on is a risk that everyone takes when entering a relationship. Sometimes in a relationship, people face a sense of suspicion that...

The Fast Lane The 2017.5 Mazda 6: Aging Gracefully

When shopping for a midsize family sedan, most shoppers turn to the two quintessential choices: The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. Both cars are...

Club Spotlight: Highlander Chefs has a new look

Food security is a primary issue affecting UCR’s student population. A study conducted by the Nutrition Policy Institute (NPI) in 2015 found that 62.5...