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Zoom-Bombing On The Rise

Business meetings, class lectures and conference calls using Zoom have recently begun to fall victim to a new form of disruption...

A Different Kind of Festival

By Erica Kim When I say I went to a festival, people assume it was Coachella. I see the envy rise up from their...

The Beautiful Ballet of “Sleeping Beauty”

By Caitlin Antonios There is hardly a more illustrious and elusive form of dance than ballet. While it may seem inaccessible to people that...

Blackout or Bust: Found Poetry

Poems and Photos by Michelle Turken  By Cheyda Arhamsadr Blackout poetry is a form of found poetry, in which a piece of written text is...

Basking in the Ambience

By Javier Burdette Electronic dance music. Ecstasy. Neon clothing. Grown adults sucking on pacifiers. These are the images that probably flash into the average...

The Crossroads of Race, Politics and Medicine at UCI

By Michelle Turken Professors, students and community members converged for a day of history, poetry and philosophical debate at the ‘Slavery at the Crossroads...

UCI Food Pantry Coordinator Discusses Plans for Development and Expansion

By Ian Edwards Since the opening of UC Irvine’s first food pantry in Oct. 2015, the campus has been implementing programs to expand its...

Clint Smith Shares His ‘Shiny Things’ at New Narratives

By Nicole Block Clint Smith is fairly new to the public sphere, but the rising  Black activist has distinguished himself as one of the...

MisterWives Master the Observatory

By Deanna Tayag Imagine this: a pixie-like, socially-educated and incredibly-talented young woman at the forefront, bathed in red light, two guitarists with cotton candy-colored...

Sports in Brief

Men’s Water Polo No.7 UC Irvine Men’s Water Polo team (11-5, 1-1) fell to the No.5 ranked Pacific (15-2, 2-0) in a MPSF...

Harlee Kekauoha: UCI’s Lethal Southpaw

While first learning to play volleyball, Harlee Kekauoha had trouble deciding which arm to swing at the ball with. If it fell on...

UCI Rally to Fight Climate Change With Art Falls Short of a Revolution

The University of California, Irvine held a Day of Climate Action festival at the Claire Trevor School of the Arts last Friday night,...

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.

ENTERTAINMENT

CTSA Drama Student Spotlights: Acting In Virtual World

Stage actors thrive off of the applause and the thrill of performing for a packed theatre. There is a certain energy that...

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 artist...

Æspa’s Own “Black Mamba”

K-pop agency SM Entertainment debuted their newest girl group, æspa, with their first single “Black Mamba” on Nov. 17. As the agency’s...

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)...