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Spring Splash 2022: A successful comeback with a few minor complications

UCR is known for having one of the best and most well-known events of the year, Spring Splash. This year’s Spring Splash was highly anticipated since it was the first in-person one after two...

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ is an okay movie, but not the...

Ever since the idea of the Multiverse was released in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” fans of the MCU were anticipating the return of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and how he would handle the dangers...

Cancel culture is doing more harm than good in today’s society

In today’s technologically advanced world, news spreads fast, and for those in the spotlight, every aspect of their lives are subject to public scrutiny. Whether big or small, many celebrities, from A-listers to D-listers,...

‘Cypress Hill: Insane in the Brain’ debuts on 4/20

Chicano photographer Esteven Oriol, born in Santa Monica, California began documenting his time on the road with popular hip-hop acts over 20 years ago. His footage has been curated for select art exhibits, developing...

‘Love Me More’ by Sam Smith engraves a positive message into fans’ hearts

Smooth vocals and transcending tunes have always characterized Sam Smith’s music. Their latest and first released single of 2022 titled “Love Me More” is yet another work of art that leaves a positive message...

Netflix’s ‘The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe’ dives into the life and death of the...

Marilyn Monroe was a big actress during her time and remains a staple pop culture icon to this day. Her life was highly publicized throughout her career and she garnered a massive amount of...

‘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...

Camp Cope delivers ethereal alt rock on new album ‘Running With The Hurricane’

Australian trio Camp Cope has returned to the music scene with their third album, “Running With The Hurricane.” Maintaining the powerful vocals and gentle instrumentation characteristic of their last two albums, “Running With The...

Marvel shows a darker side of its universe with new miniseries, ‘Moon Knight’

With Marvel in Phase Four of its cinematic universe, they have been introducing new characters based on the Marvel Comics. At the D23 convention in 2019, it was announced that a series based on...

The chilling true crime case of Conrad Roy is brought to light in ‘The...

Michelle Carter was 17 years old when she convinced her boyfriend, Conrad Henry Roy III, to commit suicide in 2014. The case made headlines everywhere as soon it was discovered that Carter had been...