When Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher met in the late 1970s they began a journey across sub-Saharan Africa, envisioning that one day they would create ‘a colorful, comprehensive, detailed record of the most important ceremonies that brought African indivi
Partying in Rosarito was no spring break ideal for some UC Irvine students on a mission. While classmates hit the beach, volunteers for the Share Our Selves Medical Clinic of Costa Mesa were busy launching a community health fair to combat youth obesity.
If you were asked to locate Iraq on a world map, could you? According to a National Geographic global literacy survey, about 87 percent of students in the United States between the ages of 18 and 24 cannot. The survey went as far as to reveal that 11 perc
It’s a well-known fact that fraternities and sororities work for their surrounding communities largely through major annual philanthropies. In fact, the Greek community has been criticized for merely exchanging money, donating funds to one organization’s
St. Paul’s Cathedral has stood in what once was Londinium, what today is London and it will probably still be standing 111 meters tall in whatever city eventually replaces London. In the cathedral’s more than 1,400 years of offering service to God, countl
‘Ginny, I’d like you to give me a tragic Zen moan.’ Excuse me? A what? I stood nerve-racked in the middle of a small lit stage in front of three strangers whom I’ve never met, but suddenly had to moan passionately to them.
Recently, nerds were given something to grumble about when an iPod owner filed a federal lawsuit claiming that iPods cause hearing loss and are ‘inherently defective in design and are not sufficiently adorned with adequate warnings regarding the likelihoo
Spring break is just around the corner; so what do you want to do? Drink? Party? Or maybe you would rather spend your vacation sleeping in a tent and painting houses?
Lack of funding for the Vietnamese-American Coalition this year has affected the coalition’s potential to attract Orange County public high school students to UC Irvine through their annual Shadow Day.
Pilipino-Americans in Social Studies held its second annual conference entitled ‘Following Your ComPASS: Navigating Your Way to Success’ on March 8 in Social Science Tower 220 A and B. The event presented lectures and workshops that focused on how student