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Emmercelle Deleon

Peace Easy, UCI

Dear UCI, We need to be honest with you. We have a huge confession to make. Are you ready for this? When we first met you,...

Intimate Inqueries

Dear K&E, Recently my girlfriend has asked to spend less time together. She wants to hang out and talk on the phone less. I...

Intimate Inquiries

Dear K&E, I am recently single and most of my friends are too. We have tried dating different guys and so a...

Intimate Inquiries

Dear K&E, I’m really interested in this guy. We’ve been hanging out and getting pretty close, but then I found out he’s dating someone. I...

Intimate Inquiry

Hi K&E, I met my boyfriend in high school and we’ve been together for almost four years. I fell in love with him because of...

Sociology of Sexuality: Let’s talk about sex, baby

When I saw my friend Stephan’s status on Facebook, I thought it was too good to be true. “LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,” he wrote, “UC Irvine has brought back ... SOCIOLOGY OF SEXUALITY."

UCI Alumnus: Screenwriter Grant Nieporte Knows Will Smith

Ever wonder what it’s like to work with Will Smith? Or maybe if he believes in “getting jiggy with it, na na na na na na na nana” in between shots? How about Rosario Dawson? Ever wonder if in her downtime she asks strangers if they can “light her candle” before she heads over to the Cat Scratch Club? While he might not give away the song and dance of Smith and Dawson, UC Irvine Alumnus Grant Nieporte knows them on a deeper level.

“Star Trek” Should Please Trekkies

As much as Trekkies may dislike the idea, J.J. Abrams’ take on Gene Rodenberry’s famous space-faring series is actually good. Fans of the original series and its film spin-offs may cry foul at this alternate take on their beloved space soap opera, but it’s precisely because the new “Star Trek” film doesn’t cater to the old television show’s motifs that makes it watchable and entertaining.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

The thing about Hugh Jackman and this movie is that he's rightly People Magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" as he jumps off a waterfall naked. From a woman's standpoint, it is almost worth the 12-dollar ticket and popcorn just seeing his untanned tushy running across a farmyard.

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