The student-founded Irvine Global Innovation Group seeks to build a global strategic innovation network betwen UCI and foreign economies.
Student group hosts campaign dedicated to informing and educating others on the issue of sexual assault.
Debate continues as opposing sides voice their opinions on the divestment resolution.
Former Judicial Board Chair Abdullah Siddiqui takes on the long-empty position of Student Advocate General.
Admin. Hosts Thanksgiving Dinner UC Irvine administrations hosted its annual campus-based Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day for students who could not go home for the break. The feast, which was held at Pippin Commons and featured the culinary expertise of UCI’s chefs, is an effort by the campus staff to offer out-of-state, foreign exchange and [...]
Three million dollars to go toward development of doctoral program aimed at unifying the different STEM disciplines at UC Irvine. In an effort to promote interdisciplinary graduate education, the National Science Foundation (NSF) recently granted $3 million to UC Irvine biomedical engineering professor, Vasan Venugopalan, to develop a doctoral program that brings together four different [...]
New exhibit archives the struggles and successes of the OC LGBT community. The UC Irvine Libraries hosted a special reception and viewing of their new “Documenting LGBT History in Orange County” exhibit on Thursday, Nov. 15 in the Caroline A. Laudati Conference Room of Langson Library. The event was a way for the libraries to [...]
The legislation calls on the administration to divest from companies involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The ASUCI Legislative Council passed Resolution 48-15, calling for the end of UC investments to companies that, according to the legislation, “participate in or profit from” the Israeli occupation of Palestine at their meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13. In attendance [...]
Attendants have the opportunity to hear each other’s stories and identify with peers. A large number of UC Irvine students came together to celebrate ethnic diversity and address issues of race and prejudices during the 24th Annual Students of Color Conference (SOCC) at UC Riverside from Nov. 9 to 11. Executive Vice President Andrea Gaspar [...]
Gilbert Geis, long-time criminologist and professor, passes at 87. UCI white-collar criminologist Gilbert Geis passed away at the age of 87 on Saturday, Nov. 10. Geis joined the UC Irvine campus in 1971 and was instrumental in establishing the foundation for the School of Social Ecology and its Department of Criminology, Law, and Society. Having [...]