Khaled Abu Toameh speaks about the Israel-Hamas war. Toameh is an award-winning Arab-Israeli journalist for the Jerusalem Post who formerly wrote for the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
Students celebrate National Engineers Week at UCI to promote communication and interaction amongst the faculty, students and the general public by holding daily events and competitions.
UCI’s Second Year Masters of Fine Arts Exhibition, composed of mixed media productions, opened on Feb. 19 at the University Arts Gallery.
Members of the UCI Atheists, Agnostics and Rationalists group demonstrate on Ring Road.
Hosted by Irvine Queers on Thursday, Feb. 12, the UC Irvine Kiss-In featured a photo booth for boyfriends, girlfriends or best friends to get their polaroids taken just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Dr. Robert F. Sawyer, Class of 1935 Professor of Energy Emeritus presents a lecture entitled “The Science and Politics of Air Pollution”, part of UCI’s Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series.
Joshua Swamindass, a medical student at the UC Irvine Medical School gives a presentation on HIV/AIDS during the Africa Project’s inspi(RED) HIV/AIDS education seminar last Wednesday.
Members of the Chinese Assocation Dance Crew show off more of their killer moves at the UC Irvine Career Fest, coming straight off of the crew’s victory at Vibe XIV.
Taking refuge from the downpour on Thursday night, bands blast away in an intimate setting in the Phoenix Food Court as part of the Acrobatics Everyday concert series.
A member of ‘Eater Nation is caught either taunting UCSB or doing his best impression of Michael Jackson. Either way, the crowd had its classic ammo against the Gaucho faithful in attendance.