In the year 2624, UC Irvine will celebrate its 659th birthday. Though Aldrich Park may remain at the core of the campus and a nuclear reactor may still reside underneath Rowland Hall, one thing is certain: UCI will be Under Construction Indefinitely. In its relentless quest to provide better resources and classrooms for students and […]
I am Korean American. Since birth, I’ve eaten Gerber’s baby food, Otter Pops, and McDonald’s hamburgers. Coming from a Korean family, of course I’ve had a bit of kimchi here and there, but that was as far as experiencing Korean culture went for me. It was not until I studied abroad in Korea this summer […]
Although it is said that the college years are the best of one’s life, today’s average undergraduate balances an array of social responsibilities and academic pressures that lead to stress. For fourth-year biological sciences major Rajiv Ramdeo, the president and founder of the Association for Undergraduate Meditators, spirituality is a guide to finding inner peace. […]
At the start of the new fall quarter, chemistry professor Rachel Martin and her husband will live among 100 international and American students at International Village, a cluster of four houses in Arroyo Vista, as a part of a new program at UC Irvine. Martin is the first professor at UCI to live in the […]
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UC Irvine’s campus offers a myriad of college-enhancing opportunities, consisting in large part of the 400 registered clubs and organizations. New organizations are established yearly. Here are three that will launch this school year: Onnuri English Ministry Though Onnuri (which means ‘all nation’ in Korean) is the largest church in Korea with over 40,000 members, […]
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