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Keep your summer productive

With summer right around the corner, figuring out what to plan for the break can feel bittersweet. It can feel challenging to not let...
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Embrace the Outdoors

As midterms approach, escaping the confines of the library and embracing the outdoors can rejuvenate your spirit. Here are ten ways to infuse your...
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How to avoid feeling lonely in your first year

Moving away from home can be both thrilling and unnerving. If you find yourself feeling homesick and lonely nearing the end of the year,...
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Nestle yourself into Birdcage Comics Cafe

Look out, comic book nerds, here comes Birdcage Comics Cafe making waves as the coolest new spot in town. Birdcage Bottom Books is an...
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Hunting for housing

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024 Housing Services hosted an event at the Highlander Union Building (HUB) to help students navigate the process of hunting...
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A peek into some of Riverside’s best thrift stores

In the famous words of Macklemore, “Can we go thrift shopping?” Check out these cool spots to shop in Riverside! Our first stop is Savers!...
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Riverside Coffee Crawl

If you’ve ever been stuck not knowing where to get a good cup of coffee and study, look no further for your answer. Find...

California plans to reuse sewage water in Southern California by 2028

The California State of Water Resources Control Board is set to adopt regulations allowing sewage water to be treated and transformed into pure drinking...
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How to shoot your shot with your classroom crush

Shooting your shot in college is hard. Here are some tips that can help improve your odds at a date! If you know you’ll be...

Computer science teacher shortage puts California near the bottom of U.S. instruction rankings

California has planned for years to bring computer science to all K-12 students. But a lack of qualified teachers has stalled these efforts and...