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Baseball: Anteaters eager to replicate last year’s success and prove critics wrong again.
Wang Dan, a prisoner for an 11-year term until 1988 for advocating democracy in China, a leader of the student-led 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square and currently a Ph.D. candidate in history at Harvard University, came to UC Irvine on May 25 to speak abo
Now that summer is here, it’s finally time to explore Orange County! And no, I don’t mean South Coast Plaza.
The dedication and hard work necessary to compete in college athletics is embodied in UC Irvine’s 2005-2006 Athletes of the Year. Junior Men’s Volleyball star Jayson Jablonsky and sophomore swimming standout Chelsea
Group and solo acts entertained an audience of family and friends with renditions of Japanese pop and rock ballads, martial arts demonstrations, humorous skits and informative PowerPoint presentations at UC Irvine’s second-annual Japanese Cultural Showcas
The 2006 NHL Playoffs began its conference semifinals last Friday. Half of the initial 16 teams have been eliminated from the tournament thus far, leaving only four from each conference to fight for the championship.
The Steve Scott Invitational kicked off with the arduous 3,000-meter steeplechase and continued until the last baton crossed the line for the men’s 400-meter relay.
Volleyball isn’t the only sport UC Irvine excels at. The Anteater Paintball team just returned from Dallas, Texas and the National Collegiate Paintball Association Championship Tournament with the first place Class AA trophy in hand.