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‘In Unity We Stand’ brings together the South Asian community in...

The South Asian Federation (SAF) in collaboration with Asian Pacific Student Programs hosted their first comedy show, “In Unity we Stand featuring Akaash Singh...

“Orchids: My Intersex Adventure,” gives insight into the intersex experience

Last Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the HUB 355, the LGBT Resource center hosted a screening for a documentary produced by...

Roasting Water is aesthetically pleasing but fails to match up to...

Overall Satisfaction Scale: Drinks 6/10 Ambience 6.5/10 Price $4-5 per drink   In September 2018, when Roasting Water opened its Riverside location on Chicago Avenue (about two miles away from campus), bottles...

Making friends or acquaintances in college

I think everyone can agree that making friends anywhere is relatively difficult. It’s just easier for some people to put themselves out there than...

“Uncaged: Hero for Higher” discusses Luke Cage and the black experience

The second day of the “Uncaged: Hero for Higher” exhibition featured a panel discussion with artist duo Black Kirby, made up of John Jennings,...

2018 Fall Food Truck Festival

Crowds of hungry students gathering at HUB plaza, hour-long lines and a colorful variety of food trucks were all indicators of the 2018 Annual...

Mayhem Miller shares the behind-the-scenes of drag

On Nov. 13, the Queer Trans People of Color (QTPOC) club hosted a moderated Q&A with drag performer Mayhem Miller at HUB 302 from...

Tim Boba: Blending boba and studying in perfect, creamy harmony

Overall Satisfaction Scale Boba 7.5/10 Ambience 7.5/10 Food 7/10 Price Affordable   Boba has become the modern college student’s best study companion, rivaling even coffee: a motivation-boosting little treat that contains just enough...

Persist 2018: empowering women to make a difference

Denise Davis, the director of the Women’s Resource Center (WRC), will never forget the text message she received from her aunt after the results...

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...