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The first of its creative kind: ASPB hosts UCR’s first Virtual...

    For the past two years I have attended UCR, I never had enough time to go see the Arts Walk. It was always school,...

KUCR Off the Record: Quaransingles

‘Cholla’ by Jerry Paper By: Marc Arteaga, CW  Right off the bat, Jerry Paper’s newest single “Cholla” strikes the listener’s ears with a bouncy instrumental that...

Remembering “KUCR: A Retrospective”

Sarah Bazzy /HIGHLANDER During September of 2019, a group of KUCR DJs gathered at the radio station for...

Haunted UCR

The moonlit sky  Shining on the haunted peaks  Of Box Springs Mountain   The pale white ghost cackling over the empty streets He came down from the mountain To find...

Arts Sculpture to be the first major art installation on UCR’s...

The passage between Interdisciplinary North and the Arts Building has recently been fenced-off. An art sculpture is being built by artist Roy McMakin, overseen...

Chalk the Walk

  Monday: First Day on the Walk A couple of hours before her dance audition, Desiree Carcamo, a first-year bioengineering major, began sketching and coloring her...

Club Spotlight: Aerospace Systems

Convening in a medium-sized study room on the first floor of Orbach library on Friday (their regular meeting day), May 12, a passionate group...

The 14th annual Orange Blossom Ball cha-chas real smooth at the...

On Saturday, April 15, the Student Recreation Center was host to Dancesport at UCR’s annual Orange Blossom Ball, an amateur ballroom and Latin dance...

A Word of Advice From … Professor Michelle Bloom

Since 1997, UC Riverside Professor of Comparative Literature and French Michelle Bloom, Ph. D, has selflessly lent her lifelong experience travelling the world, particularly...

On stage with Charlyne Yi

Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) welcomed Charlyne Yi, the multi-talented artist of films “Paper Heart” and “Knocked Up” as well as television show “Steven...