Sunday, June 16, 2024
In the office of the Women’s Resource Center’s (WRC) Program Coordinator, Nathaly Martinez, is a calendar for June with important dates. Events written on it include “Raza Graduation,” “Family Graduation” and “Romanie’s Retirement Party!” After working for 40 years on the UCR campus, Romanie Arterberry, the Student Life and Development Specialist at the WRC, will retire at the end...
Melanie Gillman, an American cartoonist, shared their secrets to success within the comic book industry in an event presented by Stonewall Hall and the LGBT Resource Center. Gilllman is the creator of “As the Crow Flies,” winner of the 2018 Stonewall Honor Award, and “Stage Dreams.” They’ve also worked on comics for popular brands, such as “Care Bears” and...

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Chairperson Andy Ortega and Vice Chairperson Laura Anaya-Morga of the Associate Student Program Board co-hosted the ASPB’s 35th anniversary celebration. On Friday, March 5, the six divisions of ASPB had some of their directors demonstrate their respective fields of work to give students insight on how ASPB is run. The event highlighted and acknowledged the collective effort it takes...
During their visit to New York as part of the annual Model United Nations (MUN) Conference, UC Riverside’s MUN Club earned numerous awards including the prestigious “Outstanding Delegation” award. The conference, which is the largest MUN conference of its kind, unites more than five thousand worldwide participants for a week of rigorous negotiations, debates and mediation between delegates. “I was...
“The pain, the stench, the look of hate in his eyes. It’s finally over. And now a blackness has come over me,” wrote Kristin Cooper in a poem. Kristin Cooper was a victim of rape, depression, and suicide and on Sunday Oct. 21 students gathered to hear her story. A around 1:30 p.m. in the University Lecture Hall, the Alpha...
As midterm season rolls around again, many of us are frantically preparing for our last few tests of the year. However, with the school year being over in just a few weeks, most of us are pretty tired and drained from the workload we’ve had all year. It’s hard enough to juggle our academics, social life and mental and...
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Nervous about making preparations for Valentine’s Day? Follow these easy tips to make the day full of love, not stress. Flower Recommendations Pre-bought store bouquets from Vons and Albertsons are wonderful, but if you want to make an easy upgrade, try arranging your own assortment of flowers. It’s a great way to elevate your gift and make your significant other feel...
Zombified students gathered in the dozens at the Stress Relief Campfire last Thursday evening as they sought to alleviate their stressful burdens of upcoming exams or midterm scores. Many pupils who were completely stressed-out and sleep-deprived from their week (or weeks) of hardcore, all-nighter study sessions speedily gravitated to the blue tents from the Well, Native American Student Programs...
On Friday, Jan. 15, the Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) hosted a virtual lecture: “Consider the Following with Bill Nye the Science Guy.”  Nye is most popularly known for his television show “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” which first aired in 1993. The show has since produced 100 episodes and has won a total of 19 Emmy awards. Since the...