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Farewell New U, Welcome The AntReader

Editor's Note: The following editorial letter was first published in the Spring 2023 Farewell Print Edition of The New University on the morning of...

Monica Youn’s ‘From From’ Explores The Asian American Experience Outside of Identity

In her latest book of poetry, “From From,” UCI associate professor of English Monica Youn chronicles an exploration of the Asian American experience through...

Strike to Continue Through Winter Break as UC and UAW Enter Private Negotiation

The United Auto Workers (UAW) have entered private mediation with the University of California beginning today, Dec. 9. The date also marks the final...

Who is Sara Kays? Singer-Songwriter Opens North America Tour for MAX at Santa Ana Observatory

Singer-songwriter Sara Kays is on the road opening for the first half of artist Max Schiender (popularly known as MAX)’s North American tour. She...

A Fangirl’s Guide to the Percy Jackson Buzz

Demigods and mortals alike are on high alert for news on the Disney+ adaptation of Rick Riordan’s beloved book series, “Percy Jackson & the...

To Our Readers: Preserve Student Journalism at UCI

Dear New University and UCI community, Since 1968, the New University has strived to be the primary source for UCI and Irvine news. Now in...

Michelle Wei Recalled From ASUCI Presidency, Replaced By Yoseph Ghazal in Special Election

Editor’s Note: This is a breaking news story and it will be updated as the New University receives additional information and quotes. Former ASUCI President...

UC Lecturers Call off System Wide Strike on All UC Campuses

University of California (UC) lecturers called off strike plans after coming to tentative agreements with UC administration regarding job stability, workload and compensation in...

UCI Lecturers Face Job Insecurity, UC-AFT Pickets To Raise Awareness

UCI lecturers picketed to raise awareness for job insecurity, insubstantial compensation and unfair workload among non-Senate faculty in front of Aldrich Hall on Oct....

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