I don’t need to try very hard to convince anyone I’m a big eater. Before I became a vegetarian, I would go to Cham Sut Gol for Korean barbeque with a few of my hallmates and finish 6 platters of meat with two others. I would also occasionally go to Brandywine and devour up to 5 chicken breasts along with a ham sandwich and top it all off with a grilled cheese.
I’ve probably driven by Salon Meritage more than a hundred times in my life. I can’t possibly count how many times I’ve walked right past it on my way to Main Street, or to the Shore House Café, or just to a friend’s house.
Passers-by may have thought that a riot was taking place or sirens were ringing in Winifred Smith Hall on Thursday, Nov. 3 — but it was only the sounds of Bob Ostertag, a prolific electronic music composer, journalist, professor and political activist. Bob Ostertag may be an unfamiliar name to some, but when looking at [...]
INSIDER: UCI Basketball to Make a Wish Against Cal on 11/11/11
Reform: The nationally renowned movement comes to UCI to educate students about fiscal irresponsibility.
By Jasreen Gupta and Soraya Azzawi
There is not much worse than looking forward to a much-deserved weekend free of school, only to look down at your class schedule and realize that you have hundreds of pages to read before the next class meeting — only three days to get it all done.
BLACK: The women’s soccer team lost 1-0 to LBSU in the Big West Tournament final for the second straight year.
According to a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll, 36 percent of Americans would, if they could pick from a selection of past presidents, want Ronald Reagan to run the country today. Support for Reagan even topped the 29 percent for Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the president who led the United States through the Great Depression and most of World War II.
BAROQUE: Florence Welsh’s second album is more produced than “Lungs,” but does not become too grandiose.
Here at UC Irvine, we are truly lucky not only to study and work at an eminent university campus, but also to have the opportunity to actively participate in many of the local democratic processes that help to govern this country as a whole. News media’s relationship to government is one of the most fundamental of these democratic processes, dating back to Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense,” which helped to light the fires of revolution in Colonial America.