Last fall when Career Center Recruit Coordinator Michelle Foley witnessed a student and potential employee stab a piece of chicken with a fork and proceed to bite a generous portion during a formal luncheon in front of several important employers, she kne
Walking on UC Irvine’s Ring Road on a Monday afternoon, one thing sticks out as a unifying factor among the diverse population of students: Almost everyone trekking to class is listening to an Apple iPod.
Last week, you may have seen the Animal Rights Club hosting a cruelty-free bake sale on Ring Road. The cookies being sold were shaped like Easter eggs and bunnies decorated in various pastel-colored frosting.
‘They’re completely vegan,’
MTV has shown multiple seasons portraying it. There was a best-selling book analyzing it. But few people really know much about it.
Greek life is possibly one of the most negatively publicized and most misunderstood organizations.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and staying away from fast food can be quite difficult for most college students.College freshmen are constantly faced with the possibility of gorging themselves on the ‘all-you-can-eat’ dorm food.
Alumna Liz Holzemer never knew that life after UC Irvine would include neurosurgeons and brain tumors.
Heel Press, an online writing community, gives college students a forum to creatively express their ideas and gain exposure among their peers.
One of the lesser publicized but major aspects that fraternities and sororities offer to their membership is undergraduate leadership development education, which is routinely provided by the diverse national fraternities and sororities.
Greek letter organizations and students should be excited for the new club, Greek Community Service, which was recently founded here at UC Irvine.
It’s almost one in the morning, at the end of a spring break filled with waiting tables, gin and tonics and random acts of senseless adventure. Instead of being relaxed, however, I am forever uneasy, with a sickening knot in my stomach and a head that is