College students don’t just attend class with a notebook and pen anymore. Some college students walk around campus with hundreds of dollars worth of technology in the form of laptops, iPods, digital cameras and cell phones
Would you live your life any differently if you knew you had only three months to live? A low-budget film shown to a group of students turned out to be an opportunity to reflect on materialism, existentialism and self-gratification that we find present in
Ralph Cygan, CEO of the UC Irvine Medical Center, resigned on Jan. 31 amid a series of scandals taking a toll on the hospital and the university.
Cygan was put on paid administrative leave in November 2005 by Chancellor Michael Drake, while an investigat
Although the UC Irvine administration succumbed to pressure to consider bringing subcontracted workers in-house last week, months of waiting and unresponsiveness has led these workers and their supporters to remain cautiously optimistic.
Favoritism concerns arose after Alfred Sein gained a residency position at the UC Irvine Medical Center in the same month that his father, Michael Sein, donated $250,000 to the radiology department, according to a recent Los Angeles Times article.
Early in her freshman year at college in 1990, Katie Koestner was raped by Peter, a friend she had known for a few days and gone on a date with. Koestner spoke on the taboo subject of date rape, sharing her experience and advice to help stop rape, in fron
Aimed at easing the transition from high school to college for freshmen living in residence halls, UC Irvine will pilot the Writing and Library Research Peer Tutoring Program.
As a symbol of exoticism, it has been used to sell cigarettes, tennis shoes and pornographic picture postcards. As a symbol of oppressive patriarchy, it has been used to justify decades of U.S. military interventions in the Middle East.
Julianne Malveaux, economist and journalist, presented the keynote address for the 22nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium on Jan. 19 in Crystal Cove Auditorium.
Student protestors circled the flagpoles at noon, waved picket signs and heatedly chanted their disapproval of the maltreatment of UC Irvine’s minority workers on Jan. 17.