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Closed doors

There was a knock on my window On that long chilly night Then a creak from the floorboards Outside my door   There was a crash  And a bump My entire...

Job Offer

Title: Job Offer By: Jay Mendoza, CW   No one in my family is working. I’ve been searching for a job for months, hoping for a call from any...

Precious Inventions

In the midst of the town, an inventor, Old and frail, but still, reluctantly, alive; Inventions unlike others – nearly human. One in particular, a cute white...

Feature Fiction: Beginning’s Eve

A woman walked in the garden Her footsteps marked the infant ground Ideas coiled around her heart Voices hissed within her head A woman plucked an apple She thought...

KUCR Off the Record: Quaransingles

‘Cholla’ by Jerry Paper By: Marc Arteaga, CW  Right off the bat, Jerry Paper’s newest single “Cholla” strikes the listener’s ears with a bouncy instrumental that...

Persian Poetry and Prose opens IRANspiration

IRANspiration week started on Monday, Jan. 27. Students piled into HUB 377, picked up sandwiches and took seats for a lecture presented by Dr....

Written Voice

I’ve fallen in love with writing. The rhythmic tapping of keys, The faint scribbling of a pen, The sound of an eraser taking away the mistakes that...

Haunted UCR

The moonlit sky  Shining on the haunted peaks  Of Box Springs Mountain   The pale white ghost cackling over the empty streets He came down from the mountain To find...

The Verbal Coliseum’s second annual showcase features a night of UCR’s...

The Verbal Coliseum held their annual spoken word showcase on Thursday, March 7 at HUB 379, in a room packed with spoken word aficionados....

UCR lecturer Rachelle Cruz wins 2018 American Book Award

On Oct. 28, the Before Columbus Foundation (BCF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting contemporary American multicultural literature, hosted their annual American Book Awards...