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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Campus Cope: keeping busy despite this situation

Courtesy of Pexels It seems like just moments ago, we sat in our lecture halls and stuffy discussion classrooms daydreaming up “what if’s.” What if I skipped class...

Persian Poetry and Prose opens IRANspiration

IRANspiration week started on Monday, Jan. 27. Students piled into HUB 377, picked up sandwiches and took seats for a lecture presented by Dr. Ahmad Karimi-Kakkak on the artistic literature of Iran. With a...

Heaven’s Lobby

Courtesy of Flickr When you die you are informed that in order to pass over to the afterlife you must first guide the new incarnation of yourself to...

Restaurant Review: Zame Fusion Sushi

A common question asked around the Riverside area is, “Where is the Japanese food?” Yes, there are a few all-you-can-eat buffets within driving distance, but for authentic sushi lovers there hasn't been an adequate...

Restaurant Review: Zizi BBQ House

With midterms in full swing, most of the food I eat either comes out of a microwave or is delivered to my door. Still, I celebrated my possible success on this week’s round of...

Haute Hax: Overcoming the struggle of shopping on a budget

Being a college student can get pretty expensive. Even with our attempts to volunteer for extra shifts at our part-time jobs or limit how much we eat out, college students still manage to be...

Moving Bodies with Eiko Otake

Upon entering Arts 100, students laid onto the floors to participate in the Delicious Movement Workshop held by Eiko Otake. Otake, who was part of Japanese dance duo Eiko & Koma, has 40 years...

Spring Break: How to do Las Vegas on a budget

When the sun peeks out from clouds, legs creep out from pants and students burst out in celebration, it can only mean one thing: the end of winter quarter. UCR students are caught daydreaming...

Under the Kilt: Side effects of the social distance

My sisters and I are your standard introverts. We do not seek out conversations or go to many parties. We are content with a pantry stuffed with...

ASP Presents: A Huey P. Newton Story

Award-winning actor and writer Roger Guenveur Smith was at UC Riverside last week for a screening of “A Huey P. Newton Story,” a one-man film that depicts the personal side of the deceased Black...