The anticipated extension of State Route 241 was recently approved by Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency after much controversy. Though it will resolve traffic congestion on Interstate 5, those who oppose it are concerned with the disturbanc
In April 2004, Dennis Hampton retired from the position of executive director of the Associated Students of UC Irvine after serving for over 30 years. Since then, ASUCI has tried unsuccessfully to find a replacement.
Recent research sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences revealed not only the possibility of a greater Hispanic population in the labor market and political arenas, but also startling information about the deteriorating health of Hispanic Americans
Gov. Schwarzenegger’s budget proposal given early last month was far too charitable to universities. This was the main spirit of the message from the budget analysis of the State Legislative Analyst’s Office’s annual report on the governor’s proposal for
The Associated Students of UC Irvine has put forward Measure S: Shuttle Initiative on the Spring 2006 election ballots in an effort to raise money for additional funding to expand and ensure maintenance of the UCI shuttle system.
A presentation by UC Irvine’s College Republicans and the campus-unaffiliated United American Committee on Feb. 28 in the Crystal Cove Auditorium devolved into chaos as audience members and panelists exchanged harsh words over three controversial cartoons
UC Irvine student groups rarely warrant mention in an international discussion of religion, but on Feb. 28, a panel discussion sponsored by UCI’s College Republicans
Kristen Lucero, fourth-year political science major and president of the College Republicans.
Kareem Elsayed, fifth-year biomedical engineering major and former president of the Muslim Student Union.
On the eve of a heated protest by the Muslim Student Union against the College Republicans, two academics from Bethlehem University and Hebrew University engaged in a dialogue to impart an understanding of the conflict in the Middle East as part of a join
The migration by Americans into gated communities is a growing trend that does more harm than good, and does not provide the safety, security and sense of community that residents seek, according to Setha Low, professor of environmental psychology and ant