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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Radar Sessions: Prince Rashid

When Prince Rashid walked into the room, I was unsure of what exactly to expect: Here was a Bengali rapper, whose music has been making rounds on social media lately, and has performed multiple...

RADAR Sessions: Lazy Camper

Lazy Camper subverted my expectations. When I heard Alex Le’s stage name, I figured I would be interviewing another singer-songwriter guy with a guitar and a pocket of love songs. What I instead found...

Under the Radar: Issue 24

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...

The art of the short: UCR’s annual short film festival

The Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production’s annual short film festival was held in a small arts screening room this year; the room itself only allows a 78-person occupancy. Perhaps for this reason,...

RADAR Sessions: Illin Mic

This week’s RADAR Sessions moved away from the more traditional notion of  a university musician as someone with a guitar and a great voice. In exploring the talent at Riverside we have come to...

Preview: The Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production’s upcoming film festival

Every year, UCR’s Department of Theatre, Film and Digital Production hosts a film festival showcasing the work of current undergraduates, graduate students, alumni and faculty. The festival is a two-hour event consisting of a...

Legendary “Sister Spit” artists will make you drool

The Sister Spit spoken word collective formed in 1994 as an all-girl open mic show. In a time when open mic shows across the nation were filled with misogyny and prejudice, a brave group...

RADAR Sessions: Taylor Swift

Fresh off the Los Angeles leg of her tour and with her not due back in the studio until “those eggheads finish writing my newest songs,” Taylor Alison Swift took some time out of...

Holi Festival of Colors: bringing light, love and good vibrations to Riverside

Riverside experienced its first-ever color throw on Saturday, March 5 with the Holi Festival of Colors. Holi is an ancient Hindu religious festival that has gained popularity with those outside of the Asian community....

UCR is Dancing — straight into your heart

To many, modern dance seems like an oddity. Many first-time viewers are confused when they see performers clad in unison colors and meshed together in a slow-moving huddle across the stage, no strict adherence to...