Professor Schwab replaced the original speaker in a talk promoting civil dissent at a Langson Library exhibit opening.
UCI presented a more diverse panel discussion on immigrants’ views of the immigration debate.
Students simulated a refugee camp on Ring Road in coordination with ‘Climb for Darfur’ event in Lake Forrest.
The Social Science Dinner Club hosted a labor economist who spoke about minimum wage.
After pressure from grad students, Gomez lowered rent increases from eight percent to four percent.
Wang Dan, a prisoner for an 11-year term until 1988 for advocating democracy in China, a leader of the student-led 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square and currently a Ph.D. candidate in history at Harvard University, came to UC Irvine on May 25 to speak abo
Two UC Irvine professors, Barbara Finlayson-Pitts and Anthony James, were recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Both are scheduled to be officially inducted next spring.
Statewide primary elections are once again upon us, giving UC Irvine students another chance to turn away from apathy and uninformed voting and toward a proactive stance on student issues.
Hundreds of high school students in professional attire and the sound of banging gavels are just some of the sights and sounds experienced at the UC Irvine Model United Nations Conference and Outreach team’s 14th annual MUN High School Conference on May 2
According to Marvin Minsky, intelligent machines will preserve maps of human cognitive processes for all eternity. Minsky, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, spoke on the future of inte