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UCR Department of Theater, Film, and Digital Productions’ rendition of ‘Yellow Face’ tackles anti-Asian...

Toeing the line between reality and fiction, UCRs Department of Theater, Film, and Digital Productions (TFDP) rendition of “Yellow Face,” tackles and questions the...

Publicly financed political campaigns could loosen special interests’ grip on the government

In today's American political climate, most people do not trust the government. This is the fault of special interest groups financing political campaigns, causing...

The unlikely legalization of marijuana would do wonders for the economy

Due to the federal ban on marijuana, many states who legalized pot have surpluses of weed trapped within their borders. Many growers are being...

Justice Clarence Thomas disrespects Supreme Court through major ethics violation

The Supreme Court is supposed to be the highest, most impartial court system in the United States. Justices are appointed for life to prevent...
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Ramadan recipes: creamy mushroom pasta

Looking for an easy dinner or Ramadan Iftar idea? Look no further! Pasta is truly a staple meal for any college student. Not only...
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Ramadan Recipes: Vegetarian Moroccan Harira

Being away from home during Ramadan is hard, especially if this is your first time making your own Iftars. Every night during Ramadan, my...
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Campus cope: on-campus resources you should be utilizing

UCR offers a plethora of free on campus resources that all students can, and should, use. These resources may be labeled as free, however,...
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Club Spotlight: Student Organize for Syria advocacy efforts in the midst of tragedy

Students Organize for Syria (SOS) is a student-led initiative aiming to spread awareness about the ongoing conflicts in Syria. SOS holds chapters at multiple...

The 20 million dollar Valentine’s Day industry

The celebration of Valentine’s Day is not new. Initially, the holiday was a Roman celebration of fertility; women were brutalized in an attempt to...

The city of Temecula takes a step backward for diversity

On Tuesday, January 10th, 2023, Temecula City Council declared it will no longer recognize federal heritage months that celebrate and encourage cultural diversity in...