The UC has been facing strong media criticism for how it compensates high-ranking executives, and how this information is disclosed.
Starting in early November 2005, the university was criticized for supplementing salaries with undisclosed additional com
The UC system will experience aggressive enrollment growth in fall 2006 if admissions numbers issued by the UC Office of the President are any indication.
Imagine climbing the Eiffel Tower, perusing the streets of London or visiting museums in Barcelona
During the spring 2006 Associated Students of UC Irvine elections, a record 6,329 ballots were cast. Although the results of the three student fee initiatives and the at-large representative positions have not been released as a result of pending complain
Students from campus groups including Students for Peace and Justice protested globalization on April 26 outside Social Science Lecture Hall. They voiced their opposition to the Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series speaker, Jagdish Bhagwati, professo
Nine days after polls closed for the spring 2006 elections for the Associated Students of UC Irvine, allegations that ASUCI misused student funds to promote three fee initiatives have delayed the release of elections results.
The Asian-Pacific Student Association hosted its 21st annual Asian Pacific-American Awareness Conference titled ‘Making Waves: Locating Progress and Inciting Change’ last Saturday.
Whether your thing is dressing up like a knight, taking a picture with a cardboard cutout of your favorite video game character or stuffing your face with cultural cuisine, chances are good that you were one of thousands of people who flocked to Aldrich P
The sun was just beginning to set on April 19 when the UC Irvine Campus Assault Resources and Education program and the Gender Education Series lit up the night with their annual ‘Take Back the Night’ candlelight vigil and march in front of the flagpoles.
Hip-hop culture and its effects on racial politics in post-Sept. 11 America were examined in a panel discussion on April 19 at UC Irvine.
Bakari Kitwana, author of ‘The Hip-Hop Generation’ and a consultant for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, is currently