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Hatred against Asian Americans surged during the pandemic, but history shows...

A new national report done by the group Stop AAPI Hate shows that about 20% Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have experienced a hate-motivated...

The development of antiviral COVID pills is a turning point in...

On Nov. 16, the Biden administration announced its plan to purchase 10 million doses of Pfizer’s new antiviral COVID pill, Paxlovid. The Food and...

The key to helping students graduate lies in offering support, not...

COVID-19 dealt a blow to the California State University system that was felt by faculty and students alike. When students began to drop out...

Post-lockdown, students need prioritize sleep hygiene

  Research is showing that a surprising 98% of people are experiencing new sleeping problems after the pandemic-induced lockdown. What is especially concerning is that...

Prolonged grief amidst COVID-19 is affecting the mental health of millions...

Estimates indicate that deaths during COVID-19 will leave behind about 16 million grieving family members. This number may be even higher when including those...

Will movie theaters survive the post-pandemic era?

Movie theater owners everywhere mourned as they realized their business model was incompatible with the pandemic, forcing them to close down for what was...

New Breakout Star from the North: Tate McRae

For the most part, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a standstill for people all around the world, but for young artist Tate McRae, that...

Graduating seniors reflect on their time at UCR

As one journey ends, another begins. Graduation and commencement are underway and differ from last year’s fully remote commencement, as they are being held...

The CDC’s lift of mask restrictions does not take into account...

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer had to wear masks or physically distance...

Racing to normalcy won’t make students happy

Even as we move toward the midyear mark of 2021, the world cannot shake the crushing effects of 2020. The number of vaccinations and...