Monday, November 23, 2020

Drama

“Clown Aliens” Probe Problems of Displacement and War

By Julia Clausen Whatever expectations the audience might have when they sit down to the UCI Drama Department’s largest clowning production to date, “Clown...

“The Man Who Killed the Cure” To Save the Sickness Industry

Last Saturday at the Robert Cohen Theatre, award-winning playwright Luke Yankee’s “The Man Who Killed the Cure” enjoyed its grand premier to the...

“Coriolanus” Traces the Drama of Democracy in the Wake of War

Vengeance. Politics. War. Love. These elements have fascinated storytellers since the dawn of history. And arguably none other than the Bard himself, William...

“Parade” and Prejudice: Claire Trevor Production Tackles Justice System

By Hubert Ta It seems often enough that history repeats itself. Historical cycles run on a series of similar behaviors and events, culminating...

“The Iliad” Comes to the Stage with Physical Theater

11 undergraduate and graduate students act out multiple roles, including sets and props, in the Homeric tale of mortals and gods for Annie...

Spotlight to Projector: Live Theatre on the Silver Screen

By Hubert Ta Curtains obscure the stage, and the theatre is quiet. People steadily file into their seats, with the sounds of whispers, popcorn...

A Leap of Faith: Mega Auditions 2016

By Eliza Partika There is one word that causes an immediate rush of fear and adrenaline in an actor and makes even the best...

That’s What I’m Tolkien About!

FAR OUT: Taking a trip to Middle Earth, with puppets as our guides: not a hallucination, but a much-beloved play.

NEWS

UCI Center for Medical Humanities Hosts “Alternatives to Animal Testing,” Featuring Dr. Donald Ingber

The UCI Center for Medical Humanities held “Alternatives to Animal Testing,” a discussion featuring Donald Ingber, founding director of the Wyss Institute...

Huntington Beach Union High School District Reopens Schools for In-Person Instruction

After several months of remote instruction due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Huntington Beach Union High School District (HBUHSD) granted around...

UCI Center for Student Wellness and Health Promotion Hosts Weekly Meditation Mondays

The UCI Center for Student Wellness and Health Promotion hosts Meditation Mondays with Wellness and Peer Education Programs Manager Natalie D’Azzo on...

OPINION

Free Britney From Her Father’s Control

Britney Spears has been a staple of pop culture since the 1990s — first appearing in “The Mickey Mouse Club” when she...

Biden’s Climate Plan: A Good Start, But Not A Great Finish

Biden’s climate change plan is a departure from the current U.S. administration’s plan of climate skepticism and pro-fossil fuel stance

Reminder: Biden Won, but the Country Is Still in Shambles.

There will be a point where we think that all of the work needed to ensure a successful Biden presidency is done. We will be wrong.

SPORTS

Women’s Tennis: A Glimpse Into Their Season During the Nationwide COVID-19 Pandemic

The UCI’s Women’s Tennis team reunited and held their first practice on Monday, Oct. 19, meeting again for the first time in...

NBA 2K21: Give it a Shot?

With another basketball season set in motion, 2K Sports has released their next annual installment of their popular NBA 2K series, a...

UCI Athletes Stress the Importance of Inclusivity and Voting in the Anteater Voices for Change Initiative

The UCI Athletics Department contributed to its ongoing commitment for racial justice, equality and inclusion through the Anteaters Voices for Change (AVC)...

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