ELECTIONS: Obama wins by a landslide at UCI, yet many students’ votes may not have counted.
Open discussion offers major information; nitrogen pollution shown to increase plant growth (didn’t we know that one already?); international student volunteers gives opportunity to volunteer internationally; department of redundancy department gives offer to repeat self redundantly; Hillel defends Drake after denouncement from Zionists
IRAQ: Philanthropic group on campus holds dinner and dialogue to raise money for school kits for Iraqi children.
OBESITY: UCI Medical Center to host study of less-invasive treatment for obesity, known as VBLOC therapy.
Housing, rising tuition fees, diversity and academic preparation were among the concerns addressed with the UC Student Regents when they visited the campus last Wednesday, Feb. 6. Ben Allen, student regent 2007-2008, and D’Artagnan Scorza, the current Regent-designate, met with members from Associated Students of UC Irvine, Associated Graduate Students, the Umbrella Council and the […]
The University of California, as reiterated in the Policy on Sustainable Practices dated March 2007, is committed to ‘minimizing the university’s impact on the environment and reducing Tweet This Post
Open Discussion Offers Major Information The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center will hold a dialogue for students hoping to learn more about getting the most out of their majors on Feb. 13 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the University Club Library. The event will be co-sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Education and […]
Focus the Nation, a national movement based on spreading knowledge about global warming and related environmental concerns, came to UC Irvine with a series of events on Jan. 30 and 31.
TUITION: Group gathers support for proposition to freeze UC and CSU tuition for five years.
SEXUALITY: Jay Friedman gives tips on intimacy and compares sex education in the U.S. and in Europe.