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The Human Fascination With Birds: It Passes Like a Thought

Birds — overlooked characters in daily life, but idolized figures in the artistic lexicon. They are seen as a “metaphor for the fleeting...

Professor Bert Winther-Tamaki Shines a Light on Japanese Art

By Yanit Mehta There are only a few people left in the world whose faces light up with a playful, childlike glee when talking...

Art in Protest: March For Our Lives

By Ashley Duong Among the many productive conversations started by the March for Our Lives campaign, one of the most encouraging has been the...

Words On Film: The World of Adaptation

What does the process of adapting a book into a film truly entail? How does representation come into play when adapting racially unmarked...

Alumni Spotlight: Up and Coming Easel

“Easel is a digital platform designed to make original artwork more accessible to everyday people, and to give artists ease in finding and...

FIDM Presents The 26th Annual “Art of Motion Picture Costume Design”

So many people are involved in the making of today’s films, each individual a part of some extension of the film industry. Perhaps...

Honoring Shakespeare’s Legacy with the UCI Shakespeare Center

By Nicholas Oritz The classics of English, poetry, and theater were all cultivated by the legacy of William Shakespeare’s pen. His writings were the...

Campus Highlight: The University Art Galleries

The University Art Galleries premiered three new exhibitions on Jan. 13 which will be open for visitation until Feb. 10. These exhibitions explore...

Exploring the Legacy of the Star Wars Universe

By Albert Thai Le  It’s been over 40 years since the release of “A New Hope” set the Star Wars universe into motion for...

A Creative 20 Years: UCI’s New Forum Celebrates Talented Writers

by Camila Dadabhoy This past Wednesday, I had the opportunity to attend an event hosted by one of UCI’s hidden gems: the UCI New...

Defining Activism With Angie Thomas

By Andrew Ward This year, I was delighted by “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas, one of the premier novels of 2017, which...

Compassion Concert: Perla Batalla In the House of Cohen

UCI’s Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation was founded only a couple of years ago, but it’s already managed to make great strides in...

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