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“This Old Dog” movingly bridges “Salad Days” to early adulthood

    The first time I ever listened to Mac DeMarco was during the summer of 2015, just after he released his mini-LP “Another One” and...

In Retrospect: Yoko Ono is a fucking genius

To the reader: I understand, you are rolling your eyes at the prospect of having to respect a musician as universally written off as...

Student film festival draws laughs, sniffles, and thought-provoking questions

Students, faculty and members of the public were treated to a selection of films made by students as part of UCR’s Department of Theater,...

“The Edge of Seventeen” will put you on the edge with...

Millennials and admirers of both visually stunning cinematography and physically alluring actors were lovestruck by the enchanting trailer for “The Edge of Seventeen” that...

Year-in-Review Radar!

This year over at RADAR we wanted to shift the focus of the section, and take it into a stronger creative direction — instead...

The Blood-Jet Writing Hour

The “Blood-Jet Writing Hour” is an online radio show produced and hosted by UCR alumna Rachelle Cruz. During the show, Cruz interviews various poets...

Summer Reading Suggestions

Have an infinite summer David Foster Wallace’s magnum opus, “Infinite Jest,” is regarded as one of the most important books to have come out of...

A guide to staying entertained in the sweltering heat

“Suicide Squad”: Lest you have been living under a rock, I highly doubt you have not already heard some of the buzz behind this film....

YG’s “Still Brazy” slaps, but not without caution

Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson is in a different place. Two years ago, the man known as YG was bicken back, dropping sexually brazen party...

Summer Music Festival Guide

If the overwhelming hype behind Spring Splash is any indication, it's no secret that college students absolutely love music festivals. In fact, the previous...