Lonely, abandoned, untouched. Due to cutbacks in janitorial staff, more and more trash cans all over campus are left to their own devices. The issue of campus trash cans is certainly noticeable to students passing by.
A couple goes for a romantic stroll under the light of the beautiful sunset at Newport Beach. For other no-cost dating options, see “Life Love and Lust.”
Janitorial workers continue to protest the budget cuts outside of Aldrich Hall on Friday, Oct. 2. As bongo drums roll, they chant and hold picket signs in hopes of gaining better health care.
Senior setter Taryn Robertson single-handedly denies the University of Pacific attack, with redshirt sophomore middle blocker Alex Hauser provides support. UCI went on to win 3-1, and is now 13-3 (3-1 in the Big West).
Now Anteaters in a hurry can ride to class using the new bike sharing system set-up in Aldrich Park. Students can purchase a bike card and return bikes in another bike station around campus after use.
Graduate student protests the UC budget cuts and student fee raises during the UC-wide walkouts on the first day of class last Thursday.
Students gather in Aldrich Park on Wednesday night, September 23, to watch ASUCI-organized concert featuring several band performances including The Jakes, Rootbeer and Shiny Toy Guns.
Varsity rowing, the only sport at UCI that was a true walk-on only program, was discontinued due to budget cuts in the athletics department. This is their boat house in the Newport Harbor.
Anteater baseball beats California State University, Fresno on Friday. They lost their Saturday night game to the University of Virginia and was knocked out of the tournament Sunday night.
With help from the Japanese Student Association, Kazu Sueishi, president of the American Society of Hiroshima-Nagasaki A-Bomb Survivors gives a speech at 3:30 p.m. on Friday in HIB 100.