Enter the doors of Humanities Hall 178 on June 1 through June 3 between 7 PM and 10 PM and you’ll enter a realm where ‘the screenwriter is God,’ as UC Irvine guest lecturer Marie Cartier said. Cartier is the founder of UC Irvine’s Screenwriting Festival, which in its 14th year brought six scripts to […]
As a child, I grew up with the idea that the United States is a mixture of diverse ethnicities and a convergence of old traditions and new ideas.
From visiting Chinatown to celebrating ethnic holidays, it is a shared acknowledgement of our differences th
‘Say Uncle,’ the new film by ‘Queer as Folk’ star Peter Paige, takes a tongue-in-cheek look at homophobia in modern day suburbia.
Paige, who directed and produced the film, also stars as the film’s protagonist alongside Kathy Najimy, Gabrielle Union, Ant
After the thrill of finals has concluded, if your bloodstream has surged with the impulse to hike, climb or swim, keep in mind that Mother Nature can be malicious as well as magnificent. The Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, home to over 12,500 native aquatic creatures of the Pacific Ocean, has recently opened ‘Dazzling […]
Opening for the North American tour of the British rock band Arctic Monkeys are the witty members of We Are Scientists—Keith Murray on guitar and lead vocals, Chris Cain on bass and backing vocals and Michael Tapper on drums and backing vocal.
For many Orange County students, the image of a contemporary music fan involves tight pants, bangs combed over one eye and dark clothes. But last Friday in Aldrich Park, UC Irvine students were offered a respite from the O.C. punk and emo scene and given an opportunity to experience something other than trends created by […]
Campus Village Housing sponsored a free comedy show featuring Dat Phan, who has been on the Tonight Show, done voice-overs on ‘Family Guy’ and won NBC’s ‘Last Comic Standing.’ The show was held in HIB100 on Friday, June 2, and the lecture hall was filled over capacity for the event. Opening for Phan were comedians […]
The Irvine Barclay Theatre: probably one of the most interesting places on campus that you have never been to. It is that large building next to the Watson Bridge that you passed the other day on your way to get some Lee’s sandwiches and wondered why the
OK, I’ll admit it. From time to time, I’ll stop my radio dial at 94.7 The Wave, that oft-derided Southern California radio station that was a pioneer in popularizing smooth jazz at the end of the 1980s.
Five studio art graduate students going for their MFA, two rooms displaying their work and one exhibition rich in diverse ideas equals some interesting art.