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UCI Student Launches Art Business to Support Interchanging Organizations

When Isabella Nazzari witnessed artists of multiple mediums come together in the midst of a growing pandemic, inspiration struck. Nazzari, an...

University Art Gallery Showcases “Dirty ELements” by Katherina Olschbaur

UCI’s University Art Gallery presented an exhibit and a lecture by Austrian artist Katherina Olschbaur and showcased art that she crafted three years ago in Austria before coming to the United States.

Ali Wong Gets Up Close And Personal In ‘Dear Girls’

Wong’s distinctly unfiltered voice continues to add a necessary perspective as one of the loudest and boldest Asian American female presences in today’s cultural zeitgeist. As expected, her book will entertain dedicated followers and new fans alike.

“B l u e W a v e”: Lutz Bacher’s Final Exhibition

The University Art Gallery opened its doors for Lutz Bacher’s final multimedia artwork “Blue Wave” on Oct. 5. The artist passed away in May, but the public has an opportunity to see her seven-month project on full display at UCI until Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019.

An Overview of UCI Illuminations’ “Masks of Sri Lanka”

The importance of these masks is not just within the level of detail and care that went into crafting them, but also the faces of those who wore them in illustrative performances.

Reforming The Digitized Experience: MFA Thesis Exhibition explores “Terms of Use”

Shortly after entering the exhibit, an unusual proposition was presented by the Archive of Privatized Experience: volunteer to check in your phone for the duration of your time in the exhibit and get paid.

A Grape Fall Quarter Release

A flock of approximately 40 people filtered into HIB 1030 on Nov. 28 for New Forum’s Fall Release Party.

New Forum Presents: Alumni Poetry Reading

Even from Ring Road, the sound of laughter and chatter emanating from HG1030 was audible as poetry fans flocked to hear renowned poets E.J. Koh and Carly Joy Miller read.

“Saga” is the Comic You Need to Read Right Now

When most people think of comics, they automatically think of that section in Sunday’s newspaper or the massive Marvel and DC comics universes.

Open Mic and Minds: New Forum’s First Fall Event

With the new quarter comes New Forum’s first event of the season: Open Mic. HG 1010 was alight with laughter and delicious smells of food at 6pm as New Forum invited Anteaters to their first reading on October 10th. The immediate draw of the room was the sight of strawberries, cookies, cheese, and crackers, ready to appease starving college students seeking free food and a chance to share their creativity. The delicious snacks, however, were not the best part of New Forum’s open mic.

MFA Thesis Exhibitions Round 2

The second part of the MFA Thesis Exhibitions debuted on May 20, and works from artists Rachel Borenstein, Niloufar Emamifar, Miranda Javid, Joshua Ross and Eva Słapa went up on display.

The Distinctive Works of UCI’s MFA Artists

  On April 28, the first part of the MFA Thesis Exhibitions, comprised of works from artists Sasha Bergstrom Katz, Kim Garcia, Amy Mackay...


‘Astro Boy:’ The Turning Point of Manga and Anime

UCI Libraries hosted a Zoom webinar in light of the growing collection of manga and anime in their 30 year anniversary of...

New Allegations Surface Regarding Impeached ASUCI Judge Kimo Gandall

New allegations are being made regarding Kimo Gandall, one of the ASUCI judges listed in the recent petition written with the goal...

Persisting Inequalities and Paths Forward: The State of Undocumented Students in California’s Public Universities

Representatives from the UC Collaborative to Promote Immigrant and Student Equity (UC PromISE) and the Undocumented Student Equity Project (USEP) discussed results...


Banning Simps Won’t Get Rid of Harrasment On Twitch

Twitch, a popular video live streaming platform, is a hub for all gamers where they can make connections with their audience and...

A New Way to Look at Cancel Culture

“Cancel culture,” or call-out culture, is a term that has gained a lot of traction these past few years. New York Times...

Why California Must Reinvest in the UC System

On July 1, CA Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature instituted a $300.8 million budget cut to the University of California...


NFL Blows 10 Month Lead to COVID-19

The beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown in March marked a sudden end to youth, collegiate and professional sports mid-season, either suspending or...

Joshua Lane’s Sports Journey During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Joshua Lane, aged 18, imagined his senior year of high school to go the opposite way it ended. Throughout...

Anteaters Win in Clutch Time, 62-60, Against the Highlanders

UCI Women’s Basketball beat the UC Riverside Highlanders, 62-60, with a comeback in the final seconds of their non-conference game at the...

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