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Monday, January 27, 2020

Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Physical appearance

Makeup versus video games, pink versus green, skirts versus gym shorts. We’ve all held commonly accepted conceptions about what girls and guys are individually interested in, and although there are certainly unique distinctions between...

Healing Highlanders

A part of what makes UCR a comfortable space for students is the abundant amount of programming provided for a wide range of issues. From The Student Wellness Partners to UCR Active Minds, student...

ASPB’s The Womxn of Tomorrow brings together activists for a conversation about social justice

On Thursday, Jan. 31, the Associated Students Program Board (ASPB), in collaboration with the Women’s Resource Center, LGBTQ Resource Center, The WELL, and African Student Programs, hosted “The Womxn of Tomorrow” in the University...

“R’Movement” gives student organizations a shot at the spotlight

There are over 500 student organizations at UCR. However, few of us know what half of these organizations actually do. This is exactly why events like R’Movement are so important — to keep students...

K-Pop: The upward battle the popular genre faces

Korean popular music, otherwise known as “K-pop,” has been making waves since the early 2010s and is on the verge of breaching American popular culture. But with great popularity, comes a fair share of...

Restaurant Review: Red Hot Kitchen

4 out of 5 Stars Red Hot Kitchen, established in Riverside in 2011, is the second restaurant to come from Travis Cho after founding his popular original restaurant in Los Angeles. This restaurant is a...

25th Tomas Rivera Conference honors the legacy of UCR chancellor

“Let’s meet at Rivera.” These are common words spoken by students at UCR, yet they may not often stop to think about the man whom the library was named after. Tomás Rivera, the youngest,...

5th Annual Celebration for a Day of Appreciation and Recognition of Women

“Mujeres Unidas” (Women Together)In honor of Women’s Week, UCR held its 5th Annual Celebration for a day of Appreciation and Recognition of Women Studies. The March 6 ceremony was split into two parts. The...

Getting to know Scotty Highlander

Scotty the Bear Scotty Highlander, more commonly known as Scotty the Bear, is the face of UCR, known for exemplifying the Tartan Soul values that UCR thrives on and the determination and brawniness that...

The Highlander Poolooza: starting off the quarter with a splash

On a blazing hot Thursday at 2 p.m., eager and hungry students lined up by the student recreation center to attend one of the first ASPB events of the school year: the Highlander Poolooza....