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25 prideful years: celebrating the LGBT Resource Center’s advocacy, outreach and support

Walking into 245 Costo Hall, the room is decorated with colorful posters and inspirational quotes. A shelf near the entrance contains a variety of LGBT books and graphic novels available for anyone to read....

The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy celebrates 50th anniversary

On the fourth floor of the Tomas Rivera Library lies UCR’s Special Collections & University Archive. Inside the archive are brightly lit cases of books in honor of the 50th anniversary of the creation...

Creative writing panel features industry experts offering their insights on getting work published

The “Publishing Roundtable: Writers, Agents, and Editors Talk About How to Get Your Work into the World” event was held on Wednesday, May 15 at 2 p.m. in INTS 1111. The event was hosted...

UCR students enjoy a wild night with MTV’s “Wild ‘n Out” cast

On Tuesday, May 7, from 7 to 10 p.m., ASPB brought back its annual comedy show, “Laugh Out Loud.” Students filled up the HUB Plaza in excitement, even going so far as to grab...

“#MeToo’’ founder Tarana Burke discusses inspiration, criticism and the next steps to end sexual...

On Friday, May 10, UNLH 1000 was packed with students, faculty, staff and community members. “‘me too.’ A Conversation with Tarana Burke” was a collaboration between CARE, Women’s Resource Center, LGBT Resource Center, Middle...

YouTuber Timothy DeLaGhetto discusses comedy, Asian representation and the value of following your dreams

On Tuesday, May 8, “On Stage with Timothy DeLaGhetto” was held in the HUB 302 and by Asian Pacific Student Program (APSP) staff’s count, more than 200 students attended the event. DeLaGhetto is a...

Event promoting freedom of speech steps “out of the echo chamber”

About 60 people crammed into Sproul 2240 on Thursday, May 9 to hear a panel of right-leaning social media influencers speak on the diffusion of ideas and freedom of speech on American college campuses....

Arts Walk showcases artistic creations of students: painted, photographed, handcrafted and sung

ASPB hosted its annual Arts Walk event last Wednesday, May 1, “an annual interactive arts showcase” for students to share their artistic creations, according to their Highlander Link page. The event consisted of several booths...

CSP celebrates Cinco de Mayo Nooner with dance, music and community

On Wednesday, May 1 students gathered at the Bell Tower for the Cinco de Mayo Nooner co-sponsored by ASPB, Raza Assembly and Chicano Student Programs (CSP). Victor Marroquin, a fourth-year education and gender and...

APSP begins Asian Pacific Islander month with a “Big Wave”

On Thursday, May 2 from 5-7 p.m., Asian Pacific Student Program (APSP) celebrated the beginning of Asian Pacific Islander (API) month by hosting The Big Wave: Fashion Showcase at HUB 302. The room was...