Yossi Olmert, a top Middle East scholar and brother of current Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, discussed the implications of Israel’s new government,
Less than three months after UC Irvine’s Muslim Student Union found themselves in the national spotlight as a result of a decision by the College Republicans to show controversial Danish cartoons of the prophet Muhammad, the group is again at the center o
With almost 1,100 students enrolled in the economics major at UC Irvine, changes in the undergraduate program will affect many. The restructuring of the major and introduction of two new majors, business and quantitative economics, will take effect fall 2
What do vaudeville, health care, fuel cells and bipolar disorder have in common? They were all topics addressed in the 13th annual UC Irvine Undergraduate Research Symposium this past Saturday.
An ongoing conflict between graduate students in the Palo Verde housing complex and faculty and staff members in the adjacent University Hills community has tested the patience of both parties.
Members of the Cross-Cultural Center’s Umbrella Council are have accused the Associated Students of UC Irvine of changing external program funding guidelines without the consent of the affected student organizations.
Racial divisions between members of the lower and middle classes continue to keep these groups from improving their overall standing in society, according to the most recent speaker in the Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series.
Group and solo acts entertained an audience of family and friends with renditions of Japanese pop and rock ballads, martial arts demonstrations, humorous skits and informative PowerPoint presentations at UC Irvine’s second-annual Japanese Cultural Showcas
After weeks of sensory overload on Ring Road, during which students were bombarded with food, flyers and images of Care Bears, and after the bitter battle that ensued between supporters and opponents of three student fee initiatives, the delayed results t
The campaigns have ended, the polls have closed, the votes have been counted and the winners have been announced in the Spring 2006 election for the Executive Council of the Associated Students of UC Irvine.