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Thursday, May 23, 2019

UC Riverside’s Lunar New Year Festival 2012

APSP, UCR’s Asian Pacific Student Program, hosted the Lunar New Year Festival last Wednesday at the Bell Tower. The atmosphere and liveliness of the campus celebrations warmly welcomed viewers into the celebration. Alicia Nyein, an...

Downtown Riverside’s Second Annual Lunar Festival

Downtown Riverside kicked off its second annual Asian-Pacific Lunar Festival this past weekend on Saturday, Jan. 28. Beginning at 10 a.m., roads were blocked off from Orange to Market Street, making way for an...

Johnny Cupcakes Visits UCR

Last Thursday evening business owner and entrepreneur Johnny Earle (famously known as Johnny Cupcakes) came to speak at UC Riverside. Around 150 students attended the event to hear Earle tell his personal story of...

Peace Corps Project Promotes Literacy

Life after graduation has been anything but uneventful for Lillian Nguyen, a UCR grad who went on to join the Peace Corps after graduating in June 2010. Nguyen had first heard about the Peace Corps...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: The Importance of Story in Gaming

I’m a sucker for a good story. No matter if it’s a movie, TV show, or video game, an enthralling story will keep me hooked long after the initial awe of the special effects...

UCR Global Brigades Join New Sustainability Effort in Ghana

Among the many qualities that have added to UC Riverside’s high esteem as a public institution, the most striking is its commitment to contributing to the public good. The number of service-based student organizations...

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...

The Digital World with Ryan Simon: A Look into the Future of Tech at...

Every New Year brings us new technology. Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, the public got a small glimpse into the near future of the tech industry. CES...

Living with Lions and Tigers, UCR Student Volunteers with Wild Animals

While most students reunited with friends and family over winter break, Dyanna Cooper, a third year UCR student, flew to South Africa. Cooper, who is double majoring in psychology and biology, was drawn to...

Restaurant Review: Cardelli’s Italian Deli

My feelings towards Cardelli’s Italian Deli are bittersweet. I suppose it is all relative in relation to our campus, but Cardelli’s Italian Deli is a delight that is a trek away.  It’s a hidden...