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Radar Replay: ‘Xenoblade Chronicles’ a true modern classic

Courtesy of Nintendo Every year, players make choices on what games they want to play and it’s hard...

Twitter turmoil: banning political ads will have unintended consequences

On Wednesday, Oct. 30, Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, announced that the platform will no longer run paid political ads. This appears to...

CALPIRG kicks off new campaigns for the 2019-2020 school year

CALPIRG, a UCR student public interest activism group, kicked off their five campaigns for the 2019-2020 school year on Wednesday, Oct. 16. from 6...

Several ASUCR candidates face potential disqualification over campaign violations

An ASUCR Judicial Council meeting was held on Friday, May 3 to hear appeals from then-candidates Julian Gonzalez, Lennin Kuri, Isaiah Kim and Luis...

CALPIRG carries out “Save the Bees” campaign, lobbying to ban bee-killing...

The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) at UCR tabled last Wednesday, Nov. 21, as part of the CALPIRG’s statewide “Save the Bees” campaign,...

“New Voter Project” by CALPIRG culminates into unprecedented student and youth...

California voted on midterm elections last Tuesday, Nov. 6, and the California Public Interest Group (CALPIRG) at UC Riverside worked to remind students to...

“Save the Bees” campaign seeks to end pesticide use in California

The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) will begin pledging for their statewide “Save the Bees” campaign next fall at UCR with the goal...

Funny or Die’s Jokes for Votes uses comedy to make young...

Jokes for Votes has become the first-ever comedy-laced voter registration tour in the world, being put on by Funny or Die, a comedy TV...

Bernie Sanders rallies in downtown Riverside

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium on Tuesday, May 24 to around 2,300 people. Sanders touched on many...

Advisory measure asks “Who speaks louder: Voters or dollars?”

The California State Supreme Court has recently voted to reinstate an advisory measure regarding campaign finance reform onto the November ballot. This advisory measure...