• The rhythmic hammering of wooden sticks against the hollow drums not only marked the start of TEDxUCIrvine, but also echoed the pace of Kenny Azama’s travels. He sold all of his personal possessions in exchange...

  • After the first few surprised impressions about how extraordinarily clean the UC Irvine campus is, it becomes second nature to take for granted how meticulous our campus’s landscaping, bathrooms and general upkeep is. Often we...

  •   UCI’s Department of History and Literary Journalism program hosted a discussion regarding the intricacies involved in writing op-eds concerning hot-button issues last Tuesday night in the Humanities Gateway. The conversation, aptly named “The Art...

  • So far, I’ve covered a social activist blog, a street photography blog and a historical blog, so you know it was only a matter of time before I tackled my favorite subject: the fashion blog....

  • UC Irvine provides a number of opportunities that cater to student interests, ranging from research studies to creative projects and unique performances. One student who took advantage of these options and found his special niche...

  • What: Crispa Crepe Where: 3945 Irvine Blvd Irvine, CA 92602 How Much: $3-$9 Hours: Monday-Sunday 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Rating: 3/5 Every country has its own unique street food. For America it is the burger; for France, the handheld deliciousness that can be...

  • UC Irvine’s Alyansa ng mga Kababayan, meaning Alliance of the Countrymen, walked alongside the Filipino American community on Veteran’s Day in Hollywood for the 67th Justice for Filipino American Veterans march. They marched to honor...

  • Every Sunday at 9 p.m., we hope for the survivors, and cry for those lost. We cringe at the zombies and jump at the gunshots. The Walking Dead series has taken AMC viewers by storm,...

  • The “Israel: Apartheid Not Democracy” lecture was produced by the UC Irvine Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). On Tuesday evening, a crowd filed into Donald Bren Hall 1600 with Ben White, the researcher and...

  • The School of Humanities’ Author Series presented Michael Ryan on Wednesday, Nov. 13 to read from his latest collection of poetry “This Morning” at Humanities Gateway 1030. At 6 p.m., people dressed semi-formally quickly filled...