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The Curse of Adaptations

Adaptations have never been a thing of ease for most beloved, iconic pop culture phenomenons. It may be an actual curse...

Post Graduation: What Do You Do?

One common goal all UCI students share is the completion of their degree. We work towards this goal for our entire...

To Mask Or Not To Mask? That Is The Question.

“The Age of COVID,” “Living in the Corona Century” and “The Warring Twenties” are just a few of the future history...

Don’t Regret Not Going To Virtual Commencement

With less than a month away for the class of 2020 commencement, tensions are high and emotions are bittersweet. Around the...

Graduate or Law School?

After graduating college, law and graduate programs become an available option to us. Students curious or interested in pursuing a professional...

The Lid To A Much Deeper Problem: The Case Of Ahmaud Arbery

Ahmaud Arbery set out for his usual Sunday jog on Feb. 23 around the neighborhood of Satilla Shores — a suburb...

Satire: Reopen California So I Can Get Burnt Coffee At A 24 hour Diner

While it is true that staying at home and closing non-essential businesses has been vital to slowing the spread of COVID-19,...

What Should The Fall 2020 Quarter Look Like?

The fall 2020 quarter is looming in front of continuing UCI students, but it is unclear if the new school year...

The Consequences Of Misinformation

Misinformation is a poison, it infects us socially, economically and most importantly, it infects our personal well-being. This poison has been...

UC Labor Unions Are Fighting For Housing Rights During Global Pandemic

As unions representing UC low-wage workers, many of our members faced housing vulnerability before the current global pandemic. Now with COVID-19,...

A Look At COVID-19 Testing For Overseas Travelers In Hong Kong

The nurse warned that I was going to experience some discomfort and “itching” while she inserted the long Q-tip deep into...

Crowd Control: A Day At The Beach

Let’s face it, folks. As we head into the final stretch of spring quarter and transition into summer, many of us...

NEWS

Trump Administration Rescinds ICE International Student Visa Policy Amidst Panic Over Fall Quarter

UCI Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Willie L. Banks, Jr. announced that international students are now required to enroll in at least...

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...

ENTERTAINMENT

Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Reimagines Storytelling Through Perspective and Artistically-Crafted Lyrics

Taylor Swift surprised fans on July 24 with a 16-track album entitled “Folklore,” bringing a new, folksy sound to Swift’s eighth studio...

‘Defending Jacob’ Is An Unsettling Crime Drama Focused On Family

Created by Mark Bomback and based on William Landay’s novel of the same name, “Defending Jacob” is not your typical murder mystery...

The Show Must Go On(line): 10 Picks For Theatre-Related Content To Watch During Quarantine

The art and business of live theatre have taken an enormous hit in the wake of COVID-19. Broadway went dark on March...

SPORTS

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...

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...

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