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Monday, November 18, 2019

Food Truck Festival

With spring quarter in full swing, everything is on a roll — including lunch options. There wasn't an open spot around the Bell Tower last Wednesday, April 16, as UCR hosted the second annual...

Shane Ortega speaks on activism and personal experiences at “No One Left Behind”

For almost 10 years Shane Ortega has served as an influential figure in the LGBT community. Ortega has been on the forefront of advocacy; he was extremely influential in the repeal of “Don’t Ask,...

Alumni Profile: Azadeh Zohrabi

Azadeh Zohrabi, who graduated from UCR with magna cum laude in 2008 and from Hastings College of Law in 2012, has recently been awarded the Soros Justice Fellowship—a grant which advocates international human rights...

Under the kilt: Holiday inn or you out?

Flames crackle from the fireplace, burning under the stockings that are filled to the brim. Frost encircles the windowpane outside, glowing from the lights above. The aroma of freshly baked cookies lingers overhead, carrying...

UCR Around the Globe: London, England

Name: Francisco Campos Malpica Most people dream about traveling the world and experiencing new things in countries far away from home. Typically, they’ll have a list of places they would like to go with all the...

There can be only one: Super Bowl commercial commentary

Unless you live under a rock, you might have heard that Edgar Allen Poe beat a gold miner during this year’s World Cup. But who actually cares about basketball, am I right? We all...

UC Riverside Professors Probe Violence in “A Thousand Cuts”

“A Thousand Cuts,” a psychological thriller written by UC Riverside Theatre Professors Charles Evered and Eric Barr, premiered at the 23rd Palm Springs International Film Festival, one of the largest film festivals in the...

Letters to Features: “College: To drink or not to drink?”

Dear Features, I am just about to enter my first year of college at UCR and I couldn’t be more excited! I’m worried about how hard college level classes are and wondering if I’ll...

Uncle Chuang’s gives students a choice

University Village is experiencing something of a restaurant Renaissance this academic year. Last September marked the twin openings of Calibasil and Oven 450, and more arrivals are incoming, with posters hinting at venues like...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: Seeing the Future with Project Glass

Today’s smartphones do a pretty good job keeping people organized and socially connected, but there may be a better and more intuitive way to accomplish these tasks. Imagine a world where technology and your...