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How Mattel Inc. Helps Create an Accessible World With UNO

Playing UNO with friends and family members just got more fun and inclusive.

University Of California Divests In Fossil Fuels, But Why?

In the wake of climate change and global warming, fierce new faces and initiatives have been taken up in an effort to prevent the impending death of our planet.

The GM Strike Says More About Unions Than Healthcare

Nearly 50,000 General Motors employees took up signs and took to the streets, marching for higher pay and increased benefits on Sept. 17.

There’s Petr!

Before the beginning of Fall 2018, UCI had little cultural prevalence in the university world, reflecting its arguably nonexistent college subculture and spirit.

Reviving Dead Memes Won’t Save Trump From Himself

As the saying goes, a broken clock is right twice a day.

Culture Nights At UCI: Redefining Culture

Take a stroll through anywhere on campus and you’ll find small reminders of why you probably decided to come to UCI. “#3 Best College in the U.S. - Money,” ''29 Graduate Programs ranked in the nation's top 50 - U.S. News & World Report,” and of course, “#1 university doing the most for the American dream - The New York Times.”

Dealing With Burger King’s Cultural Ignorance

Burger King recently released an advertisement for a “Vietnamese Sweet Chilli Tendercrisp Burger.”

The Mueller Report: A Full House

It’s here; the Mueller Report— the epic conclusion of nearly 2 years of investigation, all laid out in 448 pages— has finally been released to the public in all its redacted glory.

The Unhappy Meal Needs More Backlash

Taking advertising to its natural conclusion, Burger King has done away with any moral pretenses and announced late capitalism's magnum opus: the Unhappy Meal.

Ariana Grande’s Great Gay End to her Coachella Set isn’t that Big of a Deal

Many of Ariana Grande’s LGBTQ and ally fans were elated to see her 2019 Coachella Sunday set ending with a giant projection of the rainbow pride flag.

Pete Buttigieg: a Flash in the Pan?

On April 12, a fresh-faced Pete Buttigieg sits on a plushy white chair across from Ellen DeGeneres.

game of thrones season 8 premiere: looking back

I didn’t start watching “Game of Thrones” until years after it had premiered.


UCI Residents And Fellow Doctors Demand New Union Contract

UCI representatives for the Committee of Interns and Residents, or CIR, presented the signatures of 500 UCI residents and fellow doctors in...

Cooking With The Professor Series Prepares The Foods Of Bologna, Italy

The traditional Italian cuisine of Bologna was showcased at the Cooking with the Professor event as part of UCI Illuminations’ International Week...

$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 allegedly...



UCI Men’s Basketball Beats Long Beach 70-55 In The Black And Blue Rivalry

The UCI Anteaters men’s basketball team defeated Long Beach State 70-55 in a Big West Conference rivalry battle on Feb. 19 at...

Thank You, Mr. Kobe Bean Bryant

First and foremost, before I go on a spiel about Kobe Bryant, I’d like to send my condolences to the families and...

UCI Men’s Baseball Blows Out Rice University 10-1 In Game One Of Their Three Game Series

The UCI Men’s Baseball team bounced back from their 1-9 loss against the University of San Diego with a 10-1 blowout against...

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