Hannah Johnson is a fourth-year political science major. What makes you a unique candidate? Since my arrival at UCI in the Fall of 2003, I have been witness to the great potential that exists in the student body. Each year, the events organized by ASUCI have out done that of its preceding years. With the […]
Neena R. Dolwani is a third-year international studies major. Could you identify one shortcoming of the current Office of the President and explain how you would improve or change that area? With over 400 organizations on our campus, I feel that the Club Outreach Commission under the Office of the President is what needs to […]
Ricky Macapinlac is a third-year Asian American studies major Seeing as how a large portion of the job as ASUCI exec is managing your staff please give us an example of how you work with someone who set a goal and help them achieve it. I really believe in student empowerment. What’s really necessary is […]
ASUCI: The major platforms at this year’s candidate forum revolve around housing and school fees.
CYCLING: Spring quarter marks the start of cycling tickets, but some students and faculty won’t comply.
Samueli School of Engineering Rises in U.S. News and World Report. Biological Sciences Drops In the latest ranking of doctoral programs by the U.S. News and World Report, UC Irvine’s Samueli School of Engineering rose four spots, tying with Yale and the University of Virginia for 37th place. The UCI Medical School, which has had […]
ACADEMICS: Now applications are available for students to research, design and run their own seminar for units.
TECHNOLOGY: John Seely Brown warns against logical thinking in technology as a Distinguished Fellow.
TECHNOLOGY: Cal-IT2’s Computer Game Culture Laboratory teams up with Korean tech company.