Contrary to popular belief, students at UC Irvine will have a say in proposed tuition increases for the upcoming academic year.
In this Associated Students of UCI elections, students will vote on the Campus Events Referendum, which would implement a $6
After eight months on the job, Chancellor Michael Drake has had his share of ups and downs. Last week, The New University got a chance to sit down with Drake to find out what he has in store for the future of UC Irvine.
After months of thought and speculation, it was announced, to the initial dismay of graduate students, that a plan to dissolve the Department of Environmental Health, Science and Policy within the School of Social Ecology is being put into action.
UC Student Regent Adam Rosenthal and regent-designate Maria Ledesma visited UC Irvine on Feb. 15 to educate students about the student regent position and address individuals interested in applying for the position
Applications for student regent can be
As an undergraduate, Kristina Sheryl Wong created a Web site as a mock porn site that features words such as ‘demure lotus blossoms,’ ‘geishas’ and ‘oriental sluts,’ to convey the stereotypes against Asian women.
Black and silver balloons adorned the chairs and the front doors outside of Social Science Plaza on Feb. 9 as indicators of the second annual Afrikan Student Union Music Night.
At the newest theme house in Arroyo Vista, members of the Student Achievement Guided by Experience Scholars Program celebrated a successful first quarter with its first annual open house last Thursday, Feb. 2. Administrators and members from the Paul Mera
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