A student represents the pro-Gaza half of Thursday’s rallies regarding Israel’s bombing and military invasion of the region. UCIPD officers casually surveyed the spirited, but peaceful demonstrations.
The divers put up big points at their meets and this one looks like a smooth one. Swimming and diving will compete in several meets in the next few months all in preperation for the Conference Championships in March.
The UC Irvine men’s swim team won the UCI/Ayres Invitional this past weekend at the Anteater pool.
Rick Stein adds his signature to a crowded I-Beam at the Media Arts Center Beam-Topping Ceremony.
Students interested in Study Abroad Programs should note that deadlines typically arrive in the middle of Winter Quarter for the next year’s programs. Check online at www.cie.uci.edu for EAP details.
Bassist Toshiya rocks out with Dir En Grey at the LA Wiltern on Saturday, November 29th. Dir En Grey is a popular Japanese rock band that has an enormous underground following, including students at UC Irvine.
UC Irvine anteaters show school spirit by throwing up the “tongue” and masking their faces with the school colors at the Duck Roast tailgate party before the UCI vs. Oregon State basketball game.
Sun E. Boi, fourth-year biology major Russell Curry, performs at the 2008 Anstock Festival. Curry went on to win Best Instrumentation.
Engineering students peel out in the back lot behind the Engineering Tower on Nov. 8. Students drove go-karts built for senior design projects from previous years.
The drummer for Auditory Aphasia beats away at the drums and cymbals during the competition for best live performance during the third annual Antstock Festival on Wednesday night, presented by the UCI Bookstore.