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Sunday, December 16, 2018

UCR Around the Globe: London, UK

When I decided I wanted to study abroad, there was only one choice: London. And no, not (just) because I was hoping to run into Prince Harry. A previous trip when I was 11...

Last-minute gift ideas for that special someone this Valentine’s Day

It’s week six, and with midterms in full swing it can be hard to keep track of much else with all those late night studying sessions. Especially when you miss an exam review because...

Halloween Scare Test: Maze #1: Honors A-Mazing Event

Vampires, monsters, clowns … some people hate ‘em, others crave the scare they offer. Especially when it comes to large-scale Halloween events like those within Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights and the Los Angeles...

Nana Dijo film screening serves as a platform for discussion on race in Afro-Latino...

By: Adrian Dizon The power and influence of cinema was very much alive during the documentary film screening of “Nana Dijo” on Thursday, Oct. 13 in INTS 1113. The screening was a collaborative effort hosted...

UCR is Dancing dares audiences to enter the eccentric world of dance

The annual presentation of UCR is Dancing arrived with innovative choreographies and fresh faces on March 8. This student production combines various dance genres in its pieces and deviates from standard monotonous dance routines. Highly...

There can be only one: The kingdom of quirky

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears! For the times, they are a changin’. There was a time, not too long ago, when an empire of eyeliner, ripped skinny jeans and whiny vocals ruled...

Under the Kilt: Breaking down the ins and outs of taking a break

  “Just let it die / With no goodbyes / Details don’t matter / We both paid the price,” a wonderful vocalist named Mariah Carey once sang. Carey brings up a prominent point, however, that...

ASPB Presents: Tattoo Taboo

On May 16, ASPB presented “Tattoo Taboo,” an event on tattoo stigma and identity. The event featured Kip Fulbeck, an author, spoken word performer and affiliate faculty of Film & Media studies and Asian...

Quidditch has arrived at UCR

UCR finally has that one sport it’s always needed. Football? Nope. Dodgeball? Think again. It’s Quidditch! That’s right, the fantasy sporting sensation from the Harry Potter series has exploded in real-life popularity across the...

Spotlight on Hope brings smiles and laughter to people who need them most

We all need an outlet for escape from time to time. Whether it be reading a good book or watching a movie, it gives us a chance to step back from the struggles of...