You may have seen an advertisement for the Communication Club in the New University or you may have passed their table on Ring Road, but do you know what the Communication Club is all about?
Sam Durbin is a middle-aged woman who reads and writes at a third-grade level, doesn’t know the difference between a capital letter and a lowercase letter and has trouble with punctuation. Spelling is very creative.
They proudly display bold fraternity letters emblazoned on sweaters, jackets and shirts. They have family lines and a big/little revealing night. They have talent shows and dance competitions, bonfires and retreats, an assortment of fellowship activities
Angela Amador doesn’t want a pity party; she just wants to pay the rent. ‘My mom called me during the summer,’ the fourth-year English major recalled one evening after a long shift at Starbucks, where she is a barista. ‘She was like, ‘I’m sorry to tell yo
Advice is a lot like chocolate on holidays: some are sweet, some are bitter, but either way people always insist upon giving some to you.
That’s why I don’t really like advice much—it’s so preachy. But sometimes a golden nugget falls in my lap and prove
The Chicago Tribune called ‘Warlock’ ‘compelling
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Back in high school, being sick would’ve been my savior from another forgotten statistics quiz, but in reality, waking up with a stuffy nose or a high fever can be worse than solving those dreaded probability questions. If you’re one of the many college s
The Santerre family, who ‘sin with the gusto of true Catholics,’ one critic has said, are the subject of a new novel, ‘A Family Daughter.’
On Thursday, April 20, Maile Meloy, alumna of the UC Irvine master’s program in fiction, returned to UCI to read e