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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,...

UCR’s annual Block Party postponed

Though our return to campus means a return to some normalcy, this does not translate into the return of all UCR traditions. The Associated...

It’s not a fluke: Leslie David Baker hosts an office-filled trivia...

On Monday, Oct. 5, fans of the hit sitcom “The Office” were given the chance to show off their extensive knowledge of the show...

Campus cope: making friends in a virtual world — connecting with...

Every year before school starts, I find myself stressing out about whether or not I will be able to make friends. I worry now...

The war on WiFi: fighting game communities unite to thrive and...

Lag has always been the most despised part of any online video game experience. It causes frustration and anger in gamers everywhere because of...

Ticketmaster must refund ticket costs for postponed events

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Concerts and other large scale events have either been canceled or postponed due to...

ASPB cancels all spring events amid coronavirus concerns

All events hosted by the UCR Associated Students Program Board (ASPB) have been canceled until further notice according to a post published...

ASUCR Elections Committee cancels all on-campus election events

On Tuesday, March 18, ASUCR Elections Director Dyanna Castaneda announced in a campuswide email that the ASUCR Elections Committee has cancelled all...

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...

ASUCR holds first meeting of the quarter, CNAS vacancy filled

ASUCR held its first meeting of the quarter on Wednesday, Oct. 3, and started the quarter off by filling the vacant CNAS senator position...