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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,...

Editorial: Why Supporting Student Journalism Matters

On Support Student Journalism Day, the New University joins dozens of campus publications nationwide in declaring the profound importance of independent student newspapers...

Editorial: Twenty-Eighteen, The Start of Something New

by Megan Cole Since I joined the New University as a staff writer three years ago, the field of journalism — and alongside it,...

Editorial: UCI Elections, Why You Should Vote for Measure U

Since 1965, the New University has recorded UCI’s history through weekly issues highlighting everything from sports events to campus clubs to political uprisings....

Editorial: Our Take On The California Ballot

Prop 51: Yes Proposition 51 supports a state-issued $9 billion in bonds to fund improvement and construction for K-12 schools and community colleges. While...

Editorial: ‘Eaters in Rio, A Sad Show of School Spirit

One of the biggest events of the summer was the 2016 Rio Olympics. After months of hype and excitement, billions of viewers come...

Editorial: Less Than Half Full, Beyond Basic Conservation

Most of us have seen some water apocalyptic type photo — no snow in high altitude mountains, dry aquifers and lakes and rescinding...

Editorial: UC Regents vs State of California, Students Suffer in a Funding Battle

In September, the UC Regents voted and approved to hand down chancellor pay raises to four of the UCs, including our own beloved...

Editorial: Dear Parking

Dear Parking, Quite frankly, we have some concerns. At the time of writing this, 261 students and student organizations have signed ASUCI’s “Dear Parking” letter....

Editorial: Farewell from the 2013-2014 Editorial Board

Wow! What a year! We can’t believe it’s finally over. We remember when we were just bitch-ass freshmen trying to live life in...

Editorial: Our Expression Of Solidarity With UC Santa Barbara

To the community of Santa Barbara and all the friends and family members who have been affected by recent acts of violence, we...

Editorial: The School Year In Review

Welcome to the 2013-2014 UC Irvine year in review: start the stock piano music and get ready to reminisce about all the things...

NEWS

Disneyland To Remain Closed Despite Recommendations From County Health Officials

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signaled that amusement parks in the state will continue to remain closed until further notice, despite recommendations to...

ASUCI’s Virtual Aldrich Park After Dark

ASUCI hosted a virtual Aldrich Park After Dark (APAD), their annual welcome week concert, which featured artists San Holo, Amber Mark and Smino on Sept. 29. The event was held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 safety procedures.

Trump Visits Newport Beach For Fundraising Event In Homestretch Of Election

President Donald Trump was in Orange County this afternoon to attend a private campaign fundraiser hosted by tech mogul Palmer Luckey.

ENTERTAINMENT

Netflix’s “Social Distance” Explores Interpersonal Connection Amidst the Pandemic

Netflix, now the most recognized streaming giant, has been endlessly releasing content of all themes and genres, making a quarantine-themed anthology seemingly...

Body Shaming In Ballet: Yes, It’s Still Happening

Dear Dance Community, we are not replaceable. Ballet is not all wine and roses, nor is it always pink...

‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ Challenges Chris Watts’s Defenders

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for Netflix Original “American Murder: The Family Next Door.” Jenny Popplewell’s recently released...

SPORTS

Jeron Artest: Player On And Off The Court

Jeron Artest, son of former Laker star Metta Sandiford-Artest, is making a name for himself on the UC Irvine Men’s basketball team...

The Big West And Its Undivided Push For Change

The Big West Conference announced their efforts to solve the issues of the pandemic, racial injustice and voter suppression with their formation...

Big West Postpones Fall Sports

The Big West Board of Directors announced on July 20 that the Big West Conference (BWC) fall sports competition would not be...

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