Monday, June 24, 2024
i’ve never seen snow fall but i imagine it doesn’t descend gracefully o  i  a  s r  n     t          r           a     i         g      h   t line. the wind would not allow it. the wind coaxes screams urges the flakes to take the sky less taken by; assigning each a role that leads them to a happy an unhappy an ending. so, then, even...
Author Lisa Teasley presented as part of UCR’s Writers Week at the CHASS Interdisciplinary Building on Monday, Feb. 10. Some of her well-known works include “Glow in the Dark,” which deals with those in the midst of addiction and complicated love affairs, and “Heat Signature,” which stars Sam Brown, a man attempting to escape his current life...
Every morning I wake up and I immediately head to my kitchen to whip up some breakfast. It is usually some sort of breakfast burrito with whatever I have on hand: ham, Soyrizo, eggs and, as of recently, bacon. The other day, however, as I was making my regular bacon, egg and cheese breakfast burrito I threw in one...

Bittersweet

Age led me to believe That young love is bittersweet.  From the first hug to the first kiss,  Moments too sweet to miss.    Awkward glances across the room, Hoping they will notice you.  The romantic’s sweet yet subtle ruse To capture the attention of their muse.    May innocence guide these lovers through  The path filled with inevitable feuds.  Their innocence will go astray. They will break up and soon part...
Soundclash, an exhilarating and lively music competition, was hosted by the Associated Student Programs Board (ASPB) on Feb. 22 to Feb. 25. The event was held virtually with all performances available on ASPB’s Instagram for all to see. Unlike previous years, this year's Soundclash accepted online votes. Every student was allowed to vote twice under each contestant's Instagram posts....
It has been a little more than a year since the pandemic started, and the world has been deeply affected by this experience. Many of us have experienced unemployment, paying masks and sanitizers in bulk at ridiculously high prices and shortages of everyday materials across the board. In other words, this year has been hard on all of us....
When COVID-19 hit our lives just a mere year ago, the world was thrown into a frenzy. Schools shut down, work was being taken to the home office, and people were separated from their families. After a year of lockdown, the world started to return to what we could consider normal, yet we still had to endure specific guidelines...
Gather your wit, drop all pretenses of formality and prepare to succumb yourself to egregious laughter. The Comedy Closet is UCR’s first running organization to operate like a Comedy Club. The Comedy Closet is an inclusive space for fellow Highlanders to familiarize themselves with the art of comedy, practice their comedic timing and demonstrate their comedic prowess. “Don’t expect much,”...
With the rise of social media, the use of astrology has increased rapidly and is used in a wide range of platforms including our own. For anyone who is interested in learning more about astrology and their horoscope, at first glance, it can be quite overwhelming. The terms alone can be confusing and with all the talk of moons...
Feat_Day of the Dead2_Courtesy of J Mndz via Wikimedia Commons under CC BY-SA 2.0
On Saturday, November 5th, Riverside’s community gathered for its Day of the Dead, Día de Muertos, festival. The festival ran through the heart of Downtown Riverside along Market Street, between 14th Street and University Avenue. From 1 pm to 10 pm the party hosted by the Division 9 Gallery, was a success with a non-stop celebration. Upon arriving at the...