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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

ASPB’s annual Highlander Poolooza made waves with free Carl’s Jr. and loads of fun

The clear, bright sky and bountiful sunshine that accompanied Friday, Sept. 30 foreshadowed yet another great day at UCR. People were smiling all around, the amount of heat was just enough to warm a...

Club Spotlight: Riverside Surging Dragons

The Riverside Surging Dragons (RSD) have made a recent surge of appearance on UCR’s campus as they took home a second-place award for the 2015 College Cup C Division, an annual competition in which...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: How Nokia’s Lumia 900 May Save Windows Phone

It is a difficult time for Microsoft and their Windows Phone 7 (WP7) mobile operating system. While Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android are able to entice new users, WP7 continues its struggle to garner...

Celebrating the dead with life

Last Wednesday’s nooner saw UCR’s celebration of Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Dia de los Muertos is an annual cultural holiday celebrated the first two days of November. Originating in...

Beyond R’Margins breaks down the master’s tools with education and all-inclusivity

Returning to UCR for another year to shed light on the continuous social injustices within marginalized communities, the second annual Beyond R’Margins Conference, which was founded and coordinated by the ASUCR Office of Internal...

The Freshman Fifteen: UCR’s Most Terrifying

1. The Scotty bench-statue at night It stares at you in the darkness. Always.   2. The gas-emitting greenhouses Who knows what they’re really cooking up there. Probably the stuff of nightmares.   3. The trail snaking through Family Housing Complete...

Restaurant Review: Señor Baja

Pulling into the Magnolia Shopping Center made me skeptical of what kind of atmosphere to expect with generic grocery stores and fast food chain vendors right around the corner; however, the restaurant exceeded face-value...

Mental Health Faire: a fest of feeling fine through management of the mind

As May 2019 drew to a close, so too did the 70th annual observance of Mental Health Awareness in America conclude, aimed at “spreading the word that mental health is something everyone should care...

Restaurant Review: Heroes Restaurant and Brewery

3 out of 5 stars   If there's one thing Riverside never fails to provide it is culture (and bipolar weather, but that is another article). Heroes Restaurant and Brewery, nestled between the Mission Inn and...

You vs. springtime: Dawn of the allergies (A scenario guide to coping with spring...

Spring is officially upon us! That means the flowers will bloom, the grass will be greener and the bees will buzz around campus. But let’s face it: With the commencement of spring, it carries...