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What Taylor Swift’s Re-recordings Symbolize For Music Ownership

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift is releasing the first of her re-recorded albums, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” on April 9. Ahead of the highly anticipated release, there...

UCI Pre-Health Students Organize Two-Week AAPI Campaign

Student-run clinic UC Irvine Outreach Clinics (UCIOC) is raising awareness and funds for the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through a two-week...

The Dark Secret of FIJI Water

From Arrowhead to Evian, bottled water is a daily resource that Americans consume and invest in. Increasingly, Americans are getting their fix from bottled...

Ensconced but Isolated, Hayley Williams Is Pensive in ‘FLOWERS for VASES / descansos’

Hayley Williams surprise-released a 14-track solo album, “FLOWERS for VASES / descansos,” on Feb. 5. The album marks Williams’ second solo venture and comes...

Taylor Swift’s ‘Evermore’ Ventures Further Into the Whimsical Woods of ‘Folklore’

Taylor Swift surprised fans again by releasing her ninth studio album “evermore” on Dec. 11. “evermore” comes less than five months after her release...

‘Blackpink: Light Up the Sky’ Reveals A More Personal Look Into Blackpink’s Career As the Biggest Girl Group in the World

Blackpink released “Blackpink: Light Up the Sky,” a Netflix Original documentary that gives insight into their lives as K-pop singers, on Oct. 14. Directed...

Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Reimagines Storytelling Through Perspective and Artistically-Crafted Lyrics

Taylor Swift surprised fans on July 24 with a 16-track album entitled “Folklore,” bringing a new, folksy sound to Swift’s eighth studio record. “Folklore”...

Cannabis Awareness Week

UCI's Center for the Study of Cannabis hosted a Cannabis Awareness Week from Oct. 1 to Oct. 4 in conjunction with the UCI School of Medicine where they held educational talks, a “Reefer Madness (1936)” movie screening and set up an “Understanding Cannabis” booth on Ring Road.

ASUCI Makes steps Towards a More Sustainable Future for Students

On June 6, 2019, ASUCI unanimously passed legislation B54-39, which allocates $400,000 of the student government reserve funds to the FRESH Basic Needs Hub. These funds will help expand the FRESH Basic Needs Hub as well as hire a case manager that will support individuals with food planning and security. It will also help provide more resources and sustainable food options for students struggling with the basic need for food.

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