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UCR’s own New York Times Bestseller Fatima Mirza discusses identity, creativity...

When Fatima Mirza first stepped onto UCR’s campus as a freshman, she was convinced that she would fulfill her family’s dreams, pursue a pre-med...

UCR’s Denise Davis earns a spot on Redlands’ city council

Motivated to run for city council due to her dissatisfaction with the 2016 election, Denise Davis, the Director of UCR’s Women’s Resource Center, was...

Persist 2018: empowering women to make a difference

Denise Davis, the director of the Women’s Resource Center (WRC), will never forget the text message she received from her aunt after the results...

More Than a Supervisor: how Romanie Arterberry impacted a campus

In the office of the Women’s Resource Center’s (WRC) Program Coordinator, Nathaly Martinez, is a calendar for June with important dates. Events written on...

The Clothesline Project: Empowering and giving a voice to survivors

When walking through the colorful shirts hung up on a chain link fence set up for the Clothesline Project — a visual display to...

Getting to know Scotty Highlander

Scotty the Bear Scotty Highlander, more commonly known as Scotty the Bear, is the face of UCR, known for exemplifying the Tartan Soul values...

Beyond the Hashtag #BlackLivesMatter: Hashtags don’t start movements

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, two of the three creators of the #BlackLivesMatter movement came to UC Riverside and uplifted the crowd of students and...

Beyond the Hashtag #BlackLivesMatter: Silence is power

Looming over the auditorium in HUB 302, the silence of the crowd emanates feelings of angst and empowerment. Is it a silence of rebellion?...

A sit-down with #BlackLivesMatter co-founders Alicia Garza and Patrisse Cullors

The easy way to begin the origin story for the Black Lives Matter movement is to start in July of 2013 when George Zimmerman...

UCR Clothesline Project draws supporters from the sidelines

UCR students were greeted with a large display of freshly painted T-shirts all week long on the lawn by the HUB upper plaza as...