Description: Jaded magazine is a form of alternative media to encourage political, cultural, and personal discourse among UCI students. We celebrate and support the Asian Pacific Islander community through the retelling of the past, engaging of the present, and sharing a vision for the future. We hope to build connections and bridge gaps between people of different ethnicities and ways of thinking. The goal of the publication is not only to provide a space where Asian Pacific Islander students can voice different opinions and artistic expressions, but also as a form of community activism through education and awareness. Despite the fact that we are misrepresented, our images misconstrued, and our cultures misunderstood we are not JADED in spirit. This is what we are doing about it.
Provenance: Most issues of Jaded in this collection were archived from digitized issues originally placed online on the magazine’s original web site (now defunct). Chris Dea, the magazine’s Creative Director, and the UCI Libraries digitized other issues.
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Jaded, 2004-2007 [12 items] Jaded is an alternative media magazine published by students at the University of California, Irvine intended to encourage political, cultural, and social discourse among UCI students. It published 12 issues from 2004-2007.