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“Antigone”: From pictures to the stage

In Sophocles’ “Antigone,” the titular character breaks the law when she decides to give her brother — who was killed in battle — a...

#metoo: How UCR expands the conversation on sexual violence

Claudia Jimenez, a second-year political science major, first heard about the #metoo movement while watching the Ellen Show. “Ellen was going over how she...

Leukemia survivor Keane Veran is breaking ground for cancer patients with OURA

As a 10-year-old, Keane Veran was undergoing treatment for leukemia when his dad shared with him the story of Sadako Sasaki, a twelve-year-old Japanese...

“Transgender Day of Remembrance” brings awareness and visibility to anti-transgender violence

Large baby blue banners spelled out “Trans” in each panel of the display at the wall outside the Commuter Lounge. Both sides of the...

Spotlight: Cosplay Workshops

Sewing machines, dress forms and bags of foam are set against the walls of the Creat’R Lab in the Orbach Library. Students sit at...

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...

Chalk the Walk

  Monday: First Day on the Walk A couple of hours before her dance audition, Desiree Carcamo, a first-year bioengineering major, began sketching and coloring her...

36th Annual Pow Wow brings together the Native American and Inland Empire communities

Sponsored by Native American Student Programs, the Native American Student Association, the Graduate Student Association and the Rupert Costo Endowment, the 36th Annual Pow...

The third annual R’Ability Awards Ceremony recognizes students with incredible motivation and grit

The third R’Ability Awards Ceremony was held by Student Special Services at HUB 269 to recognize graduating students with disabilities and their allies. The...

“Princess Ten Ten and the Dark Skies” is fun for all ages

  After two weeks of rehearsals, the Guardian Ambassadors and Model Minority Theatre Collective, in partnership with the UCR Department of Media and Cultural Studies...