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Carlos Sainz should replace Sergio Perez ahead of the 2025 Season...

Since the start of the 2023 F1 season, there have only been three grand prix winners: Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz. Red...

Do you have ‘3 Boys’ to talk to?

Soul and heavenly vocals surround the tunes of Omar Apollo. Recently coming off a Best New Artist Grammy nomination, Apollo has risen from the...

Add these love songs to your Valentine’s Day soundtrack

Amidst the love in the air, here are a few songs to dedicate to your friends, crush, partner or even yourself! “Cariño” by The Marías While...

Baby Tate amazes audiences with new record, ‘Mani/Pedi’

Musician, Baby Tate, adds a new album under her belt and is worth a listen. Baby Tate is not a beginner in the music industry,...

‘Love Me More’ by Sam Smith engraves a positive message into...

Smooth vocals and transcending tunes have always characterized Sam Smith’s music. Their latest and first released single of 2022 titled “Love Me More” is...

Winter Soulstice makes an unpredictable return to UCR

  The unexpected delay to in-person instruction at the beginning of winter quarter created a whirlwind of gloomy emotions for students across campus. Yet, UCR...

Complete discography for late singer Aaliyah added to streaming platforms

  After shooting the music video for the final single "Rock the Boat" off of Detroit singer Aaliyah's 2001 self-titled album, she and eight other...

Seafood Sam is at his waviest in his new EP ‘Elroy

Up and coming artist and Long Beach native Seafood Sam has returned in short supply yet good fashion with his new project “Elroy” EP....

APSP’s Lunar New Year Festival celebrates diversity and community

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) held a Lunar New Year Festival to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which was on...

YouTuber and cover artist, JamieBoy, performs at UCR

On Wednesday, Oct. 9, Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP) held a welcome event to introduce students to the organizations on campus that started at...