Faultline, a journal of art and literature, celebrated the launch of its 15th volume with a reading at the UC Irvine bookstore on June 1. The program featured poetry by Paul Beilstein in a section called ‘Poetry in Translation’ and fiction by Geoffrey Wolff. This reading featured an experimental section of translated poetry and also […]
On June 25, 1966, six men and five women gathered in the courtyard between the Main Library and the Commons Building to listen to a speaker. At that moment, their photo was taken.
At the Top Re-Model show put on by the Anteaters for Recycling and Conservation at the Crystal Cove Auditorium June 2, the message was clear that reused clothing is not only practical but also quite fashionable.
Ladies in sequined cocktail dresses and floor-sweeping gowns scurried about B.C.’s Cavern on the Green making sure that decorations were in place.
Gentlemen in slacks and ties hurriedly arranged platters of salads, chicken wings and rice donated by Outb
Welcome to the Jungle
Having been a student at UC Irvine and living in Irvine for four years, I’ve definitely had times when I’ve felt like a fish out of water. I’m sure that you have as well, whether it was a difference in class, race, political views or even that the streets
‘Culture Clash’ was the title on the party flier handed out indiscriminately by the Multicultural Community Service Fraternities last week on Ring Road. While some ethnic-based clubs and organizations are making obvious efforts to include the UC Irvine co
What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘philosophy’? More likely than not, you picture Socrates, Plato or another famous ancient philosopher. Few, if any, people would picture a modern man (or woman) analyzing current issues by asking philosophical que