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Welcome Home! Harry’s back in LA with his Love On Tour!

Harry Styles made his return to the Kia Forum, with fans filling up nearly every seat of the seventeen thousand available to see his...

Spring Splash 2022: A successful comeback with a few minor complications

UCR is known for having one of the best and most well-known events of the year, Spring Splash. This year’s Spring Splash was highly...

Studies of the Star Cross and the Oddity breathe new life...

The Barn was in full swing on Thursday night with a roster of great music, good food, fun games and incredible vibes. The Oddity,...

ASPB welcomes Highlanders into the school year with a virtual Homecoming...

On Friday, Nov. 20, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) hosted the annual UCR Homecoming Bonfire. The virtual...

Sunset Rollercoaster on Sunset Boulevard: pioneering the surf slack rock movement...

On Monday, Oct. 28th, the Roxy Theatre on Sunset Boulevard hosted some of indie, surf and bedroom pop rock’s finest lads: Los Retros and...

YouTuber and cover artist, JamieBoy, performs at UCR

On Wednesday, Oct. 9, Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) held a welcome event to introduce students to the organizations on campus that started at...

ASPB explains reasoning behind controversial 2019 Spring Splash changes

Following an April 9 Instagram post detailing a series of changes to the format and rules of the annual Spring Splash festival, the Associated...

Long live 03 Greedo

Walking through the parking lot of Santa Ana’s The Observatory, a familiar aroma wafted between car to car. A cocktail of blunts — the...

Block Party undercards shine while headliner lacks flair

You would likely struggle to find a resounding reaction to this year’s Block Party lineup because, well, there wasn’t one. Sure, the lineup’s release...

UCR is composing offers a foray into contemporary classical music

When one thinks of classical music, one’s mind immediately gravitates toward names like Beethoven and Mozart — toward certain notions of genius that reside...