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Ramy Youssef: Digging deeper into the experiences of his titular show

From being an American stand-up comedian to directing his own comedy series on Hulu called “Ramy,” Ramy Youssef has made a global impact through...

Tobe Nwigwe shines a spotlight on rap music

Tobe Nwigwe is a Nigerian American rapper who expresses his appreciation for his culture through his lyrics. Since 2016, he has released several albums,...

Going higher, further and faster at Soundclash with special guest, Brie...

Soundclash, an exhilarating and lively music competition, was hosted by the Associated Student Programs Board (ASPB) on Feb. 22 to Feb. 25. The event...

Winter Soulstice is a night of soulful vibes with a tinge...

The Associated Student Program Board (ASPB) hosted 2021’s Winter Soulstice on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m., featuring Jorja Smith as the headliner and...

Mastering recipes with Nick DiGiovanni

On Friday, Feb. 12, the Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) hosted “Spice It Up With Nick DiGiovanni,” an event featuring a cooking tutorial and...

Flamethrowers and more! ASPB’s first Zoom lecture, featuring David Dobrik

Summer of 2018 is when I first discovered David Dobrik. I would watch his vlogs for hours on end, marveling at the crazy bits...

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,...

Bonfire: The G-Rated Rave you never asked for!

In theory, a free concert can do no wrong, or at least that is what one would think upon initially choosing to attend UCR’s...

It’s On Us nooner encourages and empowers survivors of sexual assault

Throughout the month of April, the Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education (CARE) office has sponsored programs to promote Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). One...

Beat2Beat brings the heat

7 p.m., Wednesday night — it’s the week directly preceding the onslaught of midterms — so it would only make sense that one would...