On Nov. 4, the 2005 Center for Unconventional Security Affairs’ Human Security Summit began at UC Irvine.
The summit was held under the Coalition Adv
When the Navajo were called to service in the spring of 1942, they met the challenge of service in World War II with innovation and pride despite thei
On Thursday, Nov. 3, Richard Miles, former United States ambassador to Georgia, Azerbaijan and Bulgaria, spoke at UC Irvine’s Social Science Plaza abo
On Thursday, Oct. 27, Ambassador to Vietnam Michael Marine spoke at UC Irvine’s Cross-Cultural Center about current issues concerning Vietnam.
On Oct. 20, UC Irvine began its yearly Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series, during which the school will host an array of learned speakers from
Incidents of premature births continue to increase, making it imperative for researchers to identify methods to enhance weight gain and to reduce the
On Oct. 25, students, faculty and university officials joined artist Maya Lin and landscape architect Pamela Burton in the unveiling of the transforme
On Oct. 26, three UC Irvine students released a report alleging mistreatment of contracted food service and landscaping workers on campus.
On Thursday, Oct. 20, the University of California Board of Regents made a formal visit to UC Irvine in order to see the improvements recently made on
Last week, in an effort to register last-minute voters for the upcoming California special election, the Associated Students of UC Irvine held an even