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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Under The Radar: Issue 25

At the Highlander, we consistently review and analyze music by more famous artists. However, there are many musicians who receive less attention so here is the first of our series on artists that are...

Phyllis Gill gallery: an unexpected legacy

Riverside is known as “the city of arts and innovation,” and at UCR we do a lot to uphold this reputation. From the Culver Center of the Arts in downtown Riverside to the treasures...

RADAR Sessions: Kaliah Hekima

Kaliah Hekima, a fourth-year art major and creative writing minor, sits across from me: She is reserved, but definitely not shy. After conversing for only a few minutes, as each of her words are...

A night of men’s fashion

Men’s fashion is currently having a moment. According to statistics, men’s fashion has become the most prevalent market to open up in the last 15 years. While there was a time where it was...

RADAR Sessions: Gypsies & Judges

The restaurant, lit by a smattering of candles and sconces lining the walls, was abuzz. People chattered at their tables, loud revelers ordered drinks along the bar and the clanking of dishes and indistinct...

‘April 29, 1992’: the LA Riots

Sunrise to sunset, from Hawthorne to Boyle Heights, Los Angeles houses a mosaic of culturally ethnic residents whose hopes and dreams are centered on the revered city skyline. The burning sun beams scorching the...

41st-annual Writers Week brings literary luminaries to UCR

The 41st-annual Writers Week was carried out from Feb. 12 to Feb. 17, bringing a total of 20 writers to the UCR campus to read from their selected works and address questions. From UCR...

UCR hosts first large event in two years, the annual Bonfire

Over these past two years, life was really put on pause, and those who came to college to experience the everyday person-to-person interactions were robbed. Many of us were forced to do classes over...

DJ Lynnee Denise breaks down the politics of DJing

For most millennials, DJs are pretty standard fare, and in the world of music, practically ubiquitous. However, while DJs are practically ubiquitous now, the reality is that there was a complex musical evolution which...

Beat2Beat brings the heat

7 p.m., Wednesday night — it’s the week directly preceding the onslaught of midterms — so it would only make sense that one would find students holed up in the solitary confines of their...