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Riverside remains peaceful; thousands of protestors take to the streets to...

Roughly 5,000 protestors took to the streets of Downtown Riverside on Monday June 1, to mourn the death of George Floyd and march against...

I will not be a lip service revolutionary

The death of George Floyd and multiple other black people has reignited media coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement. Both traditional and social...

‘Stargirl’ pilot episode offers nothing new but has plenty of heart 

With several of The CW’s TV superhero series wrapping up, “Stargirl” is a welcome addition to a DC library of shows that is consistently...

Radar Comic Recommendations

‘Batman: The Long Halloween’ By: Colin Carney, SSW For fans of the Dark Knight seeking an entry into his vast comic book history, look no further...

Same-sex wedding cake ruling permits baker to selectively discriminate

A California judge’s ruling on Feb. 7 stated Bakersfield bakery owner Cathy Miller was allowed to deny her services to a same-sex couple on...

ASUCR passes next year’s budget; fails to appoint new justice

In the final ASUCR meeting of the year, the senate did not appoint prospective judicial justice candidate Sung Kim and voted on proposed changes...

Club Spotlight: Liberty in North Korea

  The thought of living in North Korea is a harrowing one. Their regime is ruthless, restrictive and devoid of any right of basic freedom....

Death on the November ballot

In November, California voters will consider a ballot measure titled the “Savings, Accountability, and Full Enforcement for California Act,” also referred to as the...