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Saturday, October 16, 2021

QTPOC Conference with Angelica Ross

On Friday, Feb. 28, Associated Student Programs Board (ASPB), QTPOCC Committee, Chicano Student Programs, LGBT Resource Center, HUB Cultural Events, Residence Life, Dance Department and the Highlander Empowerment Referendum co-sponsored Angelica Ross...

How Little Caesars pizza helped me develop lifelong relationships at The Highlander

  During week zero of my first year, my roommate, other first years living in Aberdeen Inverness and I took a tour around campus. As we made a stop by UNLH, the older students leading...

Rose

Days like today,  I see myself as a rose.  Soft petals, red thorns.    If I let myself be picked, I hope I am treated well.  I wouldn’t want to change  A thing about me.    If I am picked apart,  Changed to be...

Under the kilt: letting go of friendships: how toxic is too toxic

Friends have lamented to me, “I’m so toxic!” during specific situations or in reference to certain people, so it’s easy to oversee these claims as simple dramatics or exaggeration. But whether it is a...

It takes a village to make an issue

  My first frame of reference of college journalism was “Gilmore Girls.” I imagined myself zipping around a newsroom the same way Rory did, calling out pitches and writing interesting stories about campus. Less than...

2018 Fall Food Truck Festival

Crowds of hungry students gathering at HUB plaza, hour-long lines and a colorful variety of food trucks were all indicators of the 2018 Annual Fall Food Truck Festival. With the food tending to lean...

Erin Gruwell and the Freedom Writers discuss overcoming challenges and the value of education

On Wednesday, March 6, ASPB hosted an early screening of the “Freedom Writers: Stories from the Heart” documentary and a Q&A with teacher and featured protagonist Erin Gruwell. The event began at 7 p.m....

UCR Office of Sustainability promotes the benefits of a fair trade lifestyle

On May 29, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the UCR Office of Sustainability held the Fair Trade Festival on Hinderaker Lawn. The purpose of the festival was to educate students on what it...

Fall Nooner: Dia de Los Muertos

  Typically, we see death as a sad part of our lives. In some cultures, however, people celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with optimism and believe that even though their loved ones aren't with them...

Feature Fiction, Issue 15, 1/28/20

Storm: By Sabrina Hunter, CW Her head was the lightning filled sky. Anxiety and thunder coursing through her veins, Blood substituted by sadness, The fast beating of her heart as scattered as the rain, Trembling hands echoed the waves...