If you’re anything like me, you think fish as an entr
Songfest 2006. To a large portion of UC Irvine students and faculty, this is the opportunity to see some of their favorite Broadway musicals performed by their peers. But for the eight members of the Songfest Executive Board and the 18 to 20 directors of
‘The problem with living through war is the false sense that after combat you are untouchable,’ writes Anthony Swofford in ‘Jarhead,’ his memoir of life as a U.S. Marine in the first Gulf War.
Ladies of UC Irvine, you are accomplished, intelligent and informed. You’ve all earned your place at this fine institution through hard work and persistence. You’re capable of anything you put your minds to.
But I have a bone to pick with some of you.
As Busta Rhymes’ and Jermaine Dupri’s steady hip-hop beats pulsed in the background, hip-hop hybrid ensembles strutted across the arena while flashes of iconic black artists filled the throbbing lecture hall.
Ever think about studying abroad in England, Scotland, France or Italy for the summer? Well, UC Irvine’s Travel Study program can help you arrange a trip that will truly change your life forever.
If you thought that Korean food was a little too risqu
Although just about everyone has heard about the American Red Cross not too many students have heard about the relatively new American Red Cross Club on campus. The club is composed of eight board members who coordinate events and make the club run smoot
It’s winter quarter. What does that mean to the Greek community? Greek Awards have arrived! Greek Awards is a night to recognize and honor both the accomplishments of outstanding individuals as well as fraternity and sorority chapters as a whole.
As a young woman living miles away from my family, I am always getting advice on how to stay safe. My favorite piece of advice was given to me by my little brother, who said I should just walk around with a sword and no one will bother me, expect perhaps