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OC Lawyer Arrested For Allegedly Selling Firearms And Distributing Meth

Orange County lawyer Melinda Romines was taken into custody for conspiring to sell firearms without a license and distributing methamphetamines on...

Five People Infected With Measles In LA County

Five people were infected with measles in Los Angeles County after being in contact with an infected international tourist, according to...

New California Bill Could Allow Community College Students To Transfer To A CSU Tuition-Free

A new bill introduced in the state of California on Jan. 7 could allow certain students from California community colleges to...

An Orange County Voter’s Guide To The 2020 Election

Orange County instituted new voting processes and established new voting locations for the California primary election which is on March 3....

$20 Million Health Insurance Scandal Revealed In Orange County

Felix Koltsov and Bradley Dean Groscost were charged with multiple felony counts of insurance fraud, money laundering and unlawful referrals for...

Ex-Controller Charged With Embezzlement After Charity Burned Down

Alapati Mulivanu, the ex-controller of the nonprofit charity Working Wardrobe was charged with embezzling over $48,000 on Feb. 7, five days after the company’s headquarters burned down.

Iranian-Americans Worry About Growing Xenophobia

Iranian-American citizens are struggling to navigate growing feelings of fear and distrust in the wake of the two countries’ mutual aggression in early January.

Increased Influenza Prevalence in Southern California

328 flu-related deaths were recorded in the state of California this season, a massive increase from the 52 fatalities reported this time last year.

Disneyland Announces Socal Ticket Deal Ahead of the New Star Wars Ride

Disneyland Resort reintroduced the SoCal Resident ticket deal in anticipation of its newest attraction, the Rise of the Resistance ride in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge.

Santa Ana Denied Motion to Stop Sheltering County’s Homeless

A federal judge denied Santa Ana’s attempt to sue Orange County for allegedly failing to combat the homelessness problem by abandoning their homeless population within city limits in a hearing on Feb. 4.

Pacific Symphony Celebrated Year Of The Rat With Special Performance

Pacific Symphony welcomed the Year of the Rat with a Lunar New Year performance at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa on Jan. 25.

Newport Beach Mother Pleads Guilty To College Admission Scandal

A Newport Beach woman pled guilty of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and confessed to paying $9,000 to have someone take her son’s online classes at Georgetown in a federal court in Massachusetts on Jan. 22.


The World Should Learn From Taiwan In Fighting The COVID-19 Crisis

If the world learns from anyone about how to handle the COVID-19 crisis, it should learn from Taiwan. Despite its close proximity...

Letter From The Managing Editor: Addressing Faulty Assumptions Made By The ASUCI Senate Parliamentarian

Usually a letter of this nature comes from the Editor-In-Chief, but given that the Editor-In-Chief is the reporter in this situation, this...

Chancellor Gillman, It’s Time To Cancel Class

Editor’s Note: Today, March 10, UCI Chancellor Howard Gillman released an email stating that UCI will be transitioning to a remote learning...


UCI Drama’s “Living Out” Sparks Empathy And Awareness

Plunging their audience into the brutally truthful world of working mothers in today’s culture, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ Drama...

“Onward,” Pixar’s Latest Original Film, Is An Emotional Standout

The 2010s marked a dominance of sequels for Pixar, with the studio releasing only four original films during the decade — “Brave,”...

Bakugo And Deku Finally Team Up In the Beautifully Animated Movie “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising”

It is no surprise that it has become a smash hit at the box office as it left fans, both old and new, craving more and setting the bar high for future anime films to come.


COVID-19’s Effect On Sports

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

UCI Men’s Basketball Suffers Defeat To CSUN 72-70 On Senior Night

The UC Irvine Men’s Basketball team lost to the Cal State Northridge Matadors in their final regular season game ending 72-70 at...

UCI Men’s Volleyball Defeats Grand Canyon University In Four Sets

No. 7 UCI Men’s Volleyball team defeated No. 8 Grand Canyon University Antelopes, 3-1 (25-17, 25-23, 24-26, 25-18) on Feb. 28 at...