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“Queerbaiting” Harms the LGBTQ+ Community, but Not for the Reason You’d Think

Expression used as a means to cultivate a greater sense of self is integral to everyone in any stage of life, and should...

The “what about me?” effect and hyperindividualism

Trigger warning: This article contains mentions of suicide and self-harm. There has been a shift in the air that a lot of people have...

Anteater Express unmasked through a driver’s lens

UCI undergraduates pay $149.98 toward the Anteater Express yearly, placing it in the middle range of the university’s undergraduate student fees. Despite this...

An update from the New University Editorial Board

In the interest of full transparency, the New University Editorial Board released the following statement on May 2, 2024: On April 15th, former New...

UCI, you have failed us. Now, listen to our demands

Writer's Note: This article has been edited to reflect accuracy. It has been 13,291 days since an Israeli truck driver collided with a...

Microchips: powering modern warfare and shaping global dominance

Microchips, a set of electrical circuits on a small piece of silicon, have become integral to daily life and run the modern technological...

Shattering barriers: social media’s disruption of traditional media narratives

Since the start of the Israel-Hamas war, more than 30,000 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, with a majority of those killed being...

The 32 hour work week and worker productivity

As wages stagnate and productivity rises, workers' calls for support can be heard louder than ever in 2024.  Bill H.R.1332 was designed to change...

The New University is back

Failure is such a daunting prospect. I find that far too often in life, we fear failure as though it is the end...

Social Media Usage Hurts the Individual 

How many times have you opened your phone for a quick scroll at night only to be sucked in for hours? I have,...

We will not wait for the next school shooting

By Andrew Sun and Alexander Denza Editor's note: The following is a student-written op-ed, signed by over 140 student leaders, set to be published...

Ethnic Studies Should Be a Nationwide Graduation Requirement

Making ethnic studies courses a nationwide graduation requirement will challenge students to think critically about the institutions and policies that marginalize people of color.

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