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Friday, November 26, 2021

Students undress to relieve stress in 17th annual Naked Run

In what has become the most popular tradition in UC Riverside history, students revealed it all last week as they ran across campus for the 17th annual UCR Naked Run. The campus was littered with...

CDC infested with flesh-eating piranhas

The Child Development Center (CDC) Building A was shut down last week due to a piranha infestation. University experts will work on clearing the infestation, and it should open in about six weeks or...

“Freaky Friday” hits White House and Vatican with global implications

In a shocking series of events, the international phenomenon deemed by experts as “Freaky Friday” has hit the White House and the Vatican in tandem, switching up roles that carry global reverberations. It was announced...

Movie Trailer Reviews

What To Expect When You’re Expecting Oh, great. Yet another movie with too many stars and most likely little or no plot. Other than that the trailer tells us nothing. I’m expecting that “What to...

Editorial: Companies bring joy to UCR

In the last week, UCR has made perhaps the single greatest stride forward on the path to greatness in academia in its 60-year history. Although serving the underserved of California and the nation is...

R’Perspective: A Swim to the C

Early one Saturday morning, I woke up and prepared for one of the most iconic activities available to a UCR student: a swim to the C. Every UCR student knows this swim is as...

Club Spotlight: The Cult of Scotty the Bear

Since the founding of UCR in 1954 one thing has stood the test of time as the foundation for the university’s consistent academic excellence and achievement. Most would tell you it’s the citrus fields...

The inevitable evolution of written discourse

Writing, in recent years, has taken center stage thanks to the meteoric rise of phenomena such as text messaging and Facebook. These days, electronic communication is a cultural constant, if not a societal mandate....

News In Brief

Students camp outside of Student Services Building Thousands of students have set up tents around the Student Services Building in hopes of gaining further financial assistance for paying off their high tuition fees. With lines...

Existentialism offered as major, students question why any of this even matters

Beginning in fall 2014, UCR will offer existentialism as a major under the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) to meet the growing number of undergraduates — totaling 25 percent of all...