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Starting off Native American Heritage Month with music and soul

On Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 12:00 p.m. at the Bell Tower, the sound of analog keyboards and soulful vocals permeated the air as Sallee...

Latinos remember their heritage

During the Oct. 31 UCR Bell Tower Nooner, a procession of thundering drums and painted skull faces danced toward the Bell Tower. In their...

ASPB’s More Than Spoken Word brings together poets of all levels

Lights were dimmed in HUB 302 on Thursday, Oct. 25 to create an intimate ambience for ASPB’s 10th annual More Than Spoken Word event....

Ian Eastwood shares his experiences and knowledge of dance with UCR...

Last Thursday, Oct. 18, a long line wrapped around the corner near The Well on the second floor of the HUB. Students had begun...

Burgers, ice cream and festive activities draw in students for another...

Over 500 students attended the fourth annual Highlander Poolooza on Friday, Oct. 5 held at the Student Recreation Center (SRC) pool complex. The successful...

Lena Waithe humbly and triumphantly challenges social norms at “In conversation...

Students cheer as Lena Waithe takes the stage with effortless elegance paired with a fierce stride. It’s May 15, and ASPB is hosting “In...

Spring Splash and I are not friends anymore

  I shouldn’t try (but can’t help myself from) finding any amusement in the pre-gaming consequences that rock the much livelier patrons at Spring Splash...

Doublelift speaks on Team Liquid and career experiences at “Beyond the...

“Everyone else is trash” were the words uttered by Peter Yiliang Peng in an interview following a dominate victory at the 2013 League of...

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...

Amber Liu’s singularity shined through at “Function of Amber”

“What is success to you?” This was the question posed by Amber Liu, a Taiwanese-American rapper and member of K-pop group f(x), when she...