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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

How to enjoy the holidays (when you don’t celebrate Christmas)

Not everyone believes in the principles of Christmas and it is no one's place to impose their cultural or religious likeness on you. Those of different faiths have many alternatives to invest in. Come...

Campus Cope: Winter storm is upon us

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Say your goodbyes to the mountains of holiday food and take a deep breath, because we’re in for another year and most importantly, a new quarter. What does this mean (aside...

Reflections in the River – 2015-2016 School Year Reflections From Students

  What is your favorite memory from the 2015-2016 school year related to UCR? “That feeling of knowing when you have all your units...like when you get … your graduation application approved.” -Brianna Esparza, Sociology, Fourth-year “Spring...

Coping with the pope-ing: Surviving a papal presidency as a non-Christian

With the insanity of the body-swapping incident claiming the personas of millions, perhaps there is no swap more significant than that between the sovereign of Vatican City Pope Francis and President Donald Trump, effectively...

Campus Cope: Adjusting back to school

Whether you’ve been sleeping and Netflix-ing away to your heart’s content, enjoying delicious homemade meals, working or even keeping busy with other classes and obligations, the moment you’ve been dreading or anticipating is finally...

Campus Cope: How to deal with toxicity online and in gaming

Trolling is unavoidable. One day, you ask the internet, “My car is messed up. What do I do?” Someone responds, “Yah! Just deflate your tires half way so you can reset the flux capacitor.”...

From jobless to journalist: How I found myself post-graduation

On June 10, 2015, I was victorious. A university graduate. Successful. Erudite. Learned. On June 11, I was 21 years old, jobless and living with my parents. I had no selfies on my phone to...

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...

Campus Cope: Roommates

For those of us who have been lucky enough, we have never had an impending issue with a roommate before: We respected their space, we communicated our household responsibilities with one another and heck,...

Campus Cope: How to have a Thanksgiving you’ll actually be thankful for

Making a good meal for cheap For many of us, cooking a large meal can be a daunting experience. I’ve also heard many people claim that they’re “bad at cooking,” and if you’re one of...