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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Preventing and healing from the flu, naturally

As the weather gets colder and the nights get longer, all of us face the possibility of catching a nasty sickness, but have no fear: There are plenty of preventative measures one can take...

How to bounce back after a bad first quarter

Transitioning from a semester to a quarter system can be difficult. Time flies fast in the quarter system with just 10 weeks to learn a subject. For first-year and transfer students, fall quarter may...

Campus Cope: Senioritis

Many students would fight for the cure to senioritis; the problem, however, is we just don’t care. The cure may be graduation and that little piece of paper you paid thousands for. But until...

Campus Cope: From hellos to goodbyes

Whether it is your second quarter here at UCR or second to last, some students are just beginning to create new memories while others are leaving with the ones they made. UCR welcomes incoming...

What 2016 Taught Us

Title: The sacrifices for privilege Author: Adrian Garcia   Being of Mexican descent, I often don’t realize the sacrifices that were made to allow me to live the life I have here in the United States. If...

Highlander Diaries: Homesickness

In our new section titled “Highlander Diaries,” we at Features allow students to send in “Dear Diary”-formatted journal entries regarding a topic of our choice, allowing Highlanders to speak more personally to the school...

Defeating the College Triangle: Lesson 2: Social Life

In last week’s edition of “Defeating the College Triangle,” we taught you how to steer clear of bad sleeping habits and anything else that may prevent you from getting some precious shut-eye. In this...

DM etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts

You see an enticing person on the internet and you’re at a loss for words. Finding a mate in real life hasn’t been going that well so you figure a virtual courting session would...

Campus Cope: Out the door and on the go

Nutrition On busy mornings, while you may be tempted to just grab a donut, or even worse — skip breakfast — consider preparing the night before or buying some grab-and-go items. Trust me, I know...

The do’s and don’ts of multitasking

As you’re rushing out the door in a frenzy with a banana drooping down your mouth, clutching a Starbucks in one hand and clasping your backpack in another, you come to the revelation that...