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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Tomás Rivera Conference: A Night of History and Culture

UCR students, faculty and alumni stood in a seemingly endless line at the HUB last Wednesday, anticipating the highly acclaimed Chicana author Sandra Cisneros. In celebration of the Tomás Rivera Conference and the 40th...

Los Angeles Review of Books

In a time when many would contend the world of literature is in decline, Tom Lutz, professor of creative writing, has created a haven for the lovers of words, avid readers and eager knowledge...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: Guild Wars 2 Preview: It’s Beautiful

When it comes to PC gaming, massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) dominate the market. It’s actually a little ridiculous just how many different MMORPGs are available to play. “World of Warcraft” (WOW), “Rift,”...

Coming Out Monologues

Inspired by the Vagina Monologues, the Coming Out Monologues brought together an enthusiastic crowd at the Barn on Thursday night. The event celebrated the LGBT community’s experiences and contributed to the National Day of...

The Chick-Lit Ghetto

This past Wednesday, Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Goldberry Long shared her views on the baffling prejudice today’s female writers face. The talk, which took place in INTS 1128 and was titled “The Chick...

Read Me, Thank You: A project for social change

Imagine setting your books down by a table on campus, winded from the hustle-and-bustle of the day. After a moment you notice a sealed envelope with the note “read me” inscribed on it. Puzzled,...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: Kickstarter Users Fund ‘Pebble’ Project, Blow Minds

The Internet is an incredible place. People shop online, read news articles, educate themselves, communicate with their friends and family and so much more. The one thing that never crossed my mind, however, is...

UCR’s Annual Chalk The Walk

On April 18 UCR student artists took chalk to concrete on the patio near the Coffee Bean to bring art to life and compete in this year’s 22nd annual Chalk the Walk event, hosted...

Restaurant Review: D’Elia’s Grinders

My first impression when entering D’Elia’s Grinders was that it was an incredibly old restaurant. The décor testified to that, the tables and wooden chairs were locked into the ground and even the tiled...

UCR’s Model United Nations Club excels at annual conference

During their visit to New York as part of the annual Model United Nations (MUN) Conference, UC Riverside’s MUN Club earned numerous awards including the prestigious “Outstanding Delegation” award. The conference, which is the...