Jade Yan


Uncommon Interview: Paul Poast

"Countries shouldn’t wait for the U.S. to pull through. They should take steps by themselves to make this system continue to work," Poast said.


November 1, 2018

Swan Lake Soars a Little Too High

Whilst the ballet certainly did feel as if it were caught between two worlds, this unfortunately did not unravel in a good way.


October 29, 2018

Screening the South Side: University Project Digitizes Home Movies

The Project archives, digitizes, and publicly screens the home movies of South Side families produced from 1929–1982.


May 21, 2018

UCSC Open Exchange Program Celebrates First Year

The program matches students to organizations that support immigrant communities.


May 17, 2018

Joffrey Ballet Puts a Spin on Shakespeare With "Midsummer Night's Dream"

The Joffrey Ballet turns a classic Shakespeare play on its head with grace and vivacity.


May 7, 2018

Activists Distribute Anti-Gay Pamphlets

One girl asked for a flier and ate it in front of the men.


May 3, 2018

Charles Thomas Facing Five More Felony Charges for Assault and Property Damage

He is now facing eight felony charges—up from the three specified in the original indictment.


April 24, 2018


11:17 p.m.

Charles Thomas Out of Hospital, Appears at Court Hearing

Also this week, UC Riverside students held a rally in solidarity with Charles Thomas, who was shot by a UCPD officer after approaching him while wielding a metal stake.


April 19, 2018

Racism Did Not Cause Brexit, Former Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband Says

Miliband cited "deeper economic concerns" like growing wealth inequality and capitalism's failure to deliver on its promises.


April 17, 2018

Woodlawn School Security Guard Sued after Violent Incident

A mother alleges that a guard at the University's Woodlawn Charter School assaulted her son, and that the school let it happen.


April 12, 2018