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.
FUNDING: Second-largest grant in the history of the campus given to researchers for individual projects.
STEM CELL: UC Irvine approved in the first phase of CIRM grants; school qualifies for better facilities.
ECONOMICS: Professor Richard McKenzie presents an alternative method to lose weight and keep it off.
Julian Bond, chairman of the NAACP and the keynote speaker for the 24th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Symposium, addressed America’s history of race and its continuing impact on Thursday, Jan. 24. To a filled Crystal Cove Auditorium in UC Irvine’s Student Center, Bond’s speech began by stating, “Those who say race is history have […]
TECHNOLOGY: Scholar disputes futurologist theory and predicts expansion of cities and communication.
DRUGS: Pagaclone may be the first medication to treat stuttering, but it must pass the FDA’s last phase of testing.
UCIPD Dispatcher Under Investigation for Posting Water Polo Photos on Gay Porn Web site UC Irvine Police dispatcher Scott Cornelius was placed on paid administrative leave for allegedly distributing pictures of water polo players Tweet This Post