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Wood Twins transfer to UC Riverside

By Rafael Valencia

   Dons duo, Leyna, and Lauryn Wood will continue their soccer journey at the University of California Riverside. The twin

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Sports might be canceled, but they are still connecting us

By Julian Reynoso

I remember the play like it was yesterday, it was the 2009 U.S. Open semifinal in the third set, Roger

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Coronavirus Pandemic Terminates Spring Sports In 2020

By Dorian Zavala

   The novel coronavirus pandemic has put a halt on sports at all levels. As the NBA was the first

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Self-isolation and social distancing have become the norm, but Jesus Gonzalez has been able to cope with the global pandemic

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  • Food
  • June 23, 2020
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Local restaurants, with the support from the community, have been able to provide nurses and other hospital staff free meals

The Distraction

Listen up! Our new podcast: Sick of coronavirus news? Some of us were too. Welcome to The Distraction, a weekly

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The novel coronavirus has led to two things: grocery stores getting raided with anxious customers, and anti-Asian racism. Because of

A little over a month ago, Blinking Owl Distillery stayed busy bottling its signature vodka, gin and Scandinavian-style aquavit. Today,

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In February and early March, colleges across California were closing down in preparation for online courses for the Covid-19 pandemic.

Don’s Corner Trustee Claudia Alvarez and Chancellor Marvin Martinez

Latinos are proud. We are proud of our culture and our character. At times, our pride can lead us to

Once an ordinary grocery store, it had turned into a haphazard battlefield. Scattered with polymer gloves and surgical masks, the

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Saturday night was supposed to be a peaceful protest against police violence, but instead became a movement of people rampaging

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  • News
  • June 2, 2020
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*We are using a pseudonym to protect the identity of the protestor.  When studio arts major John Smith arrived on