Ever been upset with someone and not been able to put your finger on what made you feel that way? Ever let your emotions leak into an argument with your roommate, family or boyfriend/girlfriend? If you are like me and have an interest in learning from pro
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
With Apple pumping out a new incarnation of the iPod every six months, many consumers are wishing there was an easier way to trade in and upgrade.
Discontent with the lack of online iPod exchange services, two friends sought to correct that, hoping to ad
Being a vegan, I’m always excited to go to a restaurant where I can order anything from the menu without worrying about whether I’m going to be ingesting any animal byproducts.
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
‘The Real World: Business’ came to UC Irvine on Tuesday, April 18. The event was not a visit from an MTV reality show, but the Alliance of Business Students’ second annual series of roundtable discussions between industry professionals and business-minded
Creationism does not exist for Francisco Ayala—he calls it ‘anti-evolutionism.’ As an evolutionary biologist and a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the most prestigious science association in the United States, Ayala often functions as the auth
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.