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Saturday, October 16, 2021

Campus Spotlight: African Student Programs

Ryan Poon / Highlander ‘It takes a village to raise a scholar;’ a talk with ASP’s black scholars and director on giving back to the community

Feature Fiction: Beginning’s Eve

A woman walked in the garden Her footsteps marked the infant ground Ideas coiled around her heart Voices hissed within her head A woman plucked an apple She thought one bite would suffice A stream of tart slithered down her...

The silver lining of 2020: Inciting introspection and growing new friendships

Around this time last year, I remember studying at Rivera and being hopeful for the new year. I thought that 2020 would be my year. I would be turning 21, starting my senior year...

Kenny Dobbs jumps into a NASP lecture

The Native American Students Program collaborated with UCR Athletics to organize a virtual lecture with Kenny Dobbs. Dobbs is a basketball player globally recognized as the best slam dunk artist in the world. He...

The Highlander helped me get through quarantine

Incredibly, up until the middle of my sophomore year at UCR, I was unaware that we had a school newspaper. Perhaps I missed their table during Wednesday tabling events amidst the sea of others....

Mayhem Miller shares the behind-the-scenes of drag

On Nov. 13, the Queer Trans People of Color (QTPOC) club hosted a moderated Q&A with drag performer Mayhem Miller at HUB 302 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The room was packed with excited...

The Verbal Coliseum’s second annual showcase features a night of UCR’s best spoken word...

The Verbal Coliseum held their annual spoken word showcase on Thursday, March 7 at HUB 379, in a room packed with spoken word aficionados. The showcase featured 13 of the club’s poets each performing...

“No Waste Left Behind!” educates students about zero waste and sustainability

On May 31, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., clubs and organizations surrounded the Bell Tower for the “No Waste Left Behind!” zero-waste event. The event was hosted by the Green Campus Action Plan...

Campus Spotlight: The Center for Ideas and Society

Correction: This article was corrected to reflect these following changes: Professor Georgia Warnke did not state the purpose of the center was to heal a broken world. Joe Childers is the former Dean of...

Rollercade: a night of skaters and gamers

ASPB organized their first Rollercade on Wednesday, Jan. 22 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Student Recreation Center (SRC) North. This annual event boasted free food, video games and roller skating. In the...