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Remembering Ernie Garcia, UCR’s first Hispanic graduate

Dr. Ernest “Ernie” F. Garcia, longtime educator and arts advocate, and UCR’s first Hispanic graduate, passed away April 5th. He was 93 years old. Garcia,...

Artist Spotlight: Gabriela Molina’s unique take on cultural heritage

Gabriela Molina, a fourth-year majoring in studio art and education, represents the ties she holds to both her family and culture within her art....

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...

The term ‘Latinx’ fails to accurately represent members within its own...

The Latine community has undergone significant changes in recent years. Throughout history, the community has pushed boundaries to achieve change. These new political movements...

Semana de La Mujer 2017

Monday: Mujer Monologues By: Martha Delgado, CW At 5 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 27, doors opened to HUB 355 as students grabbed a Mujer journal and...