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Making time for your partner

For many, our lives are already consumed by college and work while trying to keep up a social life. Midterms, extracurriculars and jobs take...

What to do when you think your partner is cheating

Getting cheated on is a risk that everyone takes when entering a relationship. Sometimes in a relationship, people face a sense of suspicion that...

Casual relationships: Should you keep the flame burning or snuff it...

According to a 2012 general psychology review published by the National Institutes of Health, at least 60 percent of college-aged students have participated in...

Anna Akana imparts her advice on surpassing limitations

On the evening of Monday, May 22 in HUB 302, Anna Akana, an American filmmaker and YouTube sensation, visited UCR to talk about her...

Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Social media

Social media … What arguably started in 2002 as a networking website linking people with common bonds, similar to dating websites, through a website...

Ladies vs. Gentlemen: Breakups

Valentine’s Day is over and gone and now we must return to facing the realities that define intimate relationships. Amorous couples once again must...

#WhyIStayed creator and social activist Beverly Gooden recounts the perils behind...

On the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 26, members of UCR's Women's Resource Center teamed up with anti-domestic violence activist Beverly Gooden to bring UCR the...

When you can’t hide from your ex

Everybody knows breaking up isn’t an easy thing to do. It puts you on an emotional rollercoaster you simply can’t escape. Like most difficult...

UCR In Love: Nestor Vega

We all have crushes, fantasies, romances and daydreams. You can say that you don’t but, deep down, we at Features are pretty sure that...

How to keep the summer heat burning in a long-distance relationship

  Long-distance relationships be a tedious, but like anything else, is just a bump on the road of companionship. (Courtesy of University of Oregon) After the summer...