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An ode to Groundhog Day

My favorite holiday in elementary school was one that was often overlooked. I lived to go to school on the second day of February...

East African Rhythms Revived: Ugandan Dances Fostered in UC Riverside

Andrew Ssebulime is a second year Ph.D. student in Critical Dance Studies at the University of California, Riverside, where he works as a teaching...

Amal’s qatayef recipe – A Ramadan tradition

Every Ramadan, one of the aspects I look forward to, in addition to faith and community, is my mother’s qatayef recipe. I’ve spent nearly...

New ways of celebrating Lunar New Year won’t erase the old

Feb. 8 marked the beginning of the Year of the Monkey, according to the Chinese Lunar Calendar. Celebrations kicked off all around the world,...

2nd annual Dance Marathon makes UCR move

  As a loud, vibrating bass pumped from the gym on the evening of Feb. 23, students united to dance for UCR's second annual Dance...

Undie run: a brief tradition in the making

A great university tradition is one of the strongest qualities a school can have. For example, Virginia Tech has the annual Civilians vs. Cadets...