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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Under the Kilt: The secret to happiness

The value of any human being can only be measured by the riches in his or her pockets or daily outfit. If you can't sense a gold mine from the first step, please refrain...

UCR baseball claims victory in Earth’s first Inter-glacial baseball friendly

The UCR baseball team squared off against the Zepton Martians this spring break in what could stand as the greatest game and only game they have ever played on our planet. The Martians were...

Taylor Johns’ quest for the perfect game

Though the men’s basketball season had ended just recently, sophomore Taylor Johns has been tirelessly looking for a way to improve his game. He has already backpacked around the world twice in his quest...

The reign of the Percival family

Kendall’s Korner The UC Riverside athletic teams have come a long way since joining Division I competition so long ago. UCR since joining the Pac-30 has turned into a powerhouse school. Our football and basketball...

Apple’s new iChip has definite downsides for students

A massive panic has erupted recently after the faculty at the University of California, Riverside discovered that students have reached a ten-year low in grade point averages. As fingers begin to be pointed up...

Students held at gunpoint, booty nearly stolen

Three students were held at gunpoint by two pirates at the mouth of the Colorado River at 11:30 p.m. on March 26. Out for a refreshing moonlit swim to the C, the students had...

Insider reveals Hollywood’s top five beauty secrets

Several beauty crazes have been circulating over social media and television — including fleek eyebrows, the Kylie Jenner lip and of course, having a chiseled bod and facial features for the summer. As of...

Write-Off: Keep Scotty — ditch the grizzly menace

As the “Freaky Friday” phenomenon hit the UC Riverside community over the weekend, it came with it the swapping of our beloved Scotty the Bear mascot with that of a grizzly bear. While the...

NCAA announces ban on sports idioms

Sports idioms have been banned by the NCAA for use by any media, including journalists and television commentators, after an uproar of the usage of sports idioms incorrectly. The NCAA came to the decision...

The Governator as chancellor will bring UCR back to prominence

On Friday, March 31, much of the media’s attention was centered on the revelation that a strange body-swapping effect had stricken the world, most notably in the case of President Donald Trump taking over...