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10 fall-themed activities for you and your friends

As the weather gets colder, it is time to put away the bathing suits and whip out the pumpkins. Here are a few fall-themed...

Three scary stories that are sure to scare your pants off

With Halloween quickly approaching, here are a few spooky stories to scare the pants off of you! Ouija Board Knocks Back  Found on Mashable, Reddit user...

Campus Cope: It’s a balancing act

College, and really life in general, is a balancing act. At times, it can be challenging to manage your time properly. Here are a...

Campus Cope: Tips for dealing with test anxiety

As midterm season approaches, it can be easy to fall into a spiral of test-taking anxiety. Since classes have been online for almost two...

Getting into the spooky season spirit

It’s spooky season, and throughout Riverside and on campus, there are plenty of Halloween activities for students to participate in.  To start off, from Oct....

Governor Newsom stabs California farmers in the back

On Sept. 22, 2021, California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have allowed farmers to vote by mail in union elections. Had...

Campus Cope: making your forever friends

After two years of social isolation, it can be tough to step out of your comfort zone and meet new people. However, part of...

The Gabby Petito case’s virality uncovers the unfairness in coverage of missing women’s cases

Authorities discovered 22-year-old Gabby Petito had gone missing after her fiance Brian Laundrie returned to their Florida home without her following a lengthy, cross-country...

Discovering Campus: A guide to discovering UCR

Following the end of quarantine, a majority of students have migrated from online to in-person learning. With 70% of classes being held in person,...

Safety on campus amidst a global pandemic should take priority for students and faculty...

After almost two years of so-called “Zoom University,” this year, UCR is allowing students to attend in-person classes. However, with this comes many new...