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Visual distractions and a plodding narrative in ‘Monster’ makes for a...

Two men fight with a bodega owner over a gun. The gun goes off and the bodega owner dies. Three men are arrested for...

Salt

The conversation went something like; I don't have white privilege. Yes, I am white but I am not privileged ... I was raised in a...

Californians must vote “no” on Newsom recall if the country wants...

Californians can’t be fooled — the Recall Newsom campaign is not a valid criticism of the governor or his policies. It is merely a...

Returning to normalcy means the return of systemic problems

Joe Biden’s presidency gave many hopes for extensive change to occur; already we have seen the country slowly but surely returning to normalcy with...

Derek Chauvin is on trial, but the future of America is...

As Derek Chauvin stands trial for the murder of George Floyd, America too stands trial for its long history of enabling police brutality and...

If the United States wants to become safer, it must re-evaluate...

As we’ve sifted through the events of this past year, many issues that America has neglected to address have come to the surface. Some...

ASUCR passes resolution condemning violence against the Asian community in the...

ASUCR Parliamentarian Andrew Leon-Bercovich began the eighth ASUCR meeting of the quarter on Feb. 24 by addressing an issue that arose regarding senators' ability...

UCR’s Chancellor Wilcox condemns violent and racist attacks nationally against Asians,...

On Friday, Feb. 19, Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox sent a campuswide email in which he condemned the recent violent and racist attacks against Asians,...

The national anthem has no place in pre-game traditions

It is no longer uncommon to see people protest the national anthem during sporting events. Whether it is the refusal to sing or taking...

Under the guise of classics, instructors are perpetuating racist stereotypes

Unfortunately, every student in America has had an experience reading a racist or dated book in their English class. Books like “To Kill a...