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John Green’s “Turtles All the Way Down” Captures the Spirals of Anxiety

By Amy Huynh   Five years after the successful publication of “The Fault in Our Stars,” John Green releases his new young adult novel...

Claire Trevor’s Aztlán to Magulandia: The Journey of Chicano Artist Gilbert “Magu” Luján

By Eashan Reddy Kotha A couple of butterflies steal in and out of the frame. People leisurely walking, doing the same. An ancient Mayan...

Bussing Across America: One Student’s Visual Perspective

Photos Courtesy of Max Li, Written by Jessica Resendez  Max Li is a photographer on the run across America. Li, a third-year international art major,...

Fiction and Fact: “1984”’s Resonance

Picture a world in which life is governed by an all-knowing, unseen authority. They control the news, education and even speech and thought....

ASUCI Art Lab Aims to Empower Women

By Sharmin Shanur Women have been silenced for many years. From the inability to vote to the incapability to make reproductive choices, as recently...

From Stuffy to Selfie: Social Media Reframes the Museum Experience

One of the most recently-invented holidays (but arguably, one of the better ones compared to Squirrel Appreciation and Kazoo Day), Museum Selfie Day,...

Pretty Pollutants at Plastic Ocean Art Exhibit

On any given day, we open countless packages, wrappers, bottles, boxes. Everything we eat, drink or open comes in disposable packaging that we...

The Eclectic Anaheim Art Crawl Experience

Story and photos by Lilly Ball Nestled between the skyscrapers and businesses of Downtown Anaheim, artists and craftsmen come together every quarter for the...

Still Spellbound by “Sorcerer’s Stone” After 15 Years

By Eashan Reddy Kotha 2016 marks the 15th anniversary of the release of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone” movie, a reminder of the...

Prompted: Library Misadventures

The following piece is an installment in a new, experimental Arts and Entertainment series called Prompted. A biweekly column, Prompted features a writer’s...

LA 2093 Part 2

As part of a serial creative writing installment, Prompted, we present the next segment of Eliza Partika's "LA 2093." Read Part 1 here. I...

LA Circa 2093

By Eliza Partika In the far future, you are a high-caliber corporate executive from Los Angeles rushing off to an important business meeting...

NEWS

California Sues Trump Administration Over International Student Visa Policy

California has become the first state to sue the Trump administration over newly announced visa rules that could force thousands of international...

UCI Student Receives 2020 Strauss Scholarship

UCI junior and cognitive sciences major Karishma Muthukumar has received the 2020 Strauss Scholarship. Provided by the Donald A. Strauss Public Service...

Orange County Moves Into Stage Two of California’s Resilience Roadmap

The City of Irvine announced on May 23 that Orange County had officially been given permission to move into the second stage...

OPINION

Orange County: The Shame of California

At a time as critical as this one, the popular saying, “Orange County is the Florida of California” has never felt more...

Artificial Crisis at UCI: Austerity or Humanity? How Disposability Politics Guides the University’s Treatment of Students and Workers

Editor's Note: This article has been updated with links to resources for Student-Worker Week of Action, USASUCI and the BSU at UCI.

Expressing Change Through Art: Black Lives Matter Hollywood Peaceful Protests

It’s been a revolutionary week in modern day America, as the people in this nation...

SPORTS

UCI Men’s Basketball Player Tommy Rutherford Laments Abrupt End To Season

On game days, UCI Men’s Basketball senior Tommy Rutherford eats breakfast at around eight or nine in the morning, begins his stretches in the weight room, shoots around and grabs a balanced pre-game meal that consists of carbs, protein and some veggies. He prepares for the game by going over the film of the opposing team and discussing the team’s game plan with his coaches and teammates. Sometimes he allows himself to take a nap and takes about an hour more for shooting around. When all his ritualistic pre-game preparations are over, his team has their warm-up time on the court. Finally, it’s time to play basketball.

Letter From The Sports Editors: Changes In The Sports Section Due To COVID-19

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic occurring, it is evident that live sporting events are in a hiatus during this time. There...

COVID-19’s Effect On Sports

The day began like any ordinary day at UCI on Tuesday, March 10.

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