Everyone knows that recruitment happens once a year. It’s a take-it-or-leave-it offer, and if you don’t join the Greek system in the fall, you’ll be looking at another year before the opportunity again arises. It’s also a well-known fact that the best sor
No one knows what really happened to me on Friday, March 11, 2005. I remember nothing of the incident, and no one happened to be looking my way when it happened. One minute, I was calmly checking to see if my new Abetta saddle fit my mustang, Cobey.
Common media perceptions of Orange County evoke images of sandy beaches, beautiful blue oceans, multimillion-dollar estates and Botox beauties cruising around in the latest luxury SUV.
It’s time for me to complain about something again. Don’t get me wrong. Nagging isn’t something I enjoy. But UC Irvine, you make it too easy.
With the administration’s grand efforts to create a grand Student Center for our future Anteaters, they have bee
Some students want to go abroad, but have no idea how to get started. Julia Mao, a second-year economics major, has figured it out. Mao has already traveled to China and is going to Japan next quarter.
It’s safe to assume that you have reached a desirable point on the yardstick of success when your name becomes a noun uttered by A-list stars. But UC Irvine alumna Taryn Rose will tell you that as the chief executive officer and designer of Taryn Rose Int
In the past couple of years, a gambling craze has swept through Southern California and unleashed a new social interest in gaming.
Every time someone decides to compile a ‘Best of UC Irvine’ list, we hear about the Cornerstone Caf
‘I love it here at UC Irvine and I think it’s a great place to do research, great place to teach and a fantastic place to raise a family,’
It is not an uncommon feeling among students that UC Irvine is ‘boring’ or a place where students flee from on the weekends. But Associated Students of UCI is on a quest to change all that.