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Abhishek Chadha

Second Annual Business of Sports Conf.

On Friday morning, businessmen wearing black suits and broad grins ate raspberry pastries and talked about the world. The second annual Business of Sports Conference took place at the Irvine Hyatt and was hosted by the Paul Merage School of Business in an

Women’s H2O to Host MPSF Tourney

First, the women of the UC Irvine women's water polo team beat No. 10 Arizona State. Then, they beat No. 8 UC Santa Barbara. And, for the first time ever, they became ranked in the top-10 nationally.

Tennis Closes Out Season With Loss

In an error-laden affair with UC Santa Barbara, the UC Irvine Men's Tennis team lost a close match to the Gauchos, and their heckling fans, on Saturday afternoon at Anteater Tennis Stadium.

Track and Field Can’t Capture Cup

'Everybody is really psyched up right now,' said sophomore Sky Johnston, a UC Irvine middle-distance runner and my temporary ambassador to the world of UCI Track and Field during the Big West Challenge Cup on Friday at the Anteater Stadium.

Ducks Fly Past Anteaters, Win 4-3

The University of Oregon Ducks (No. 36) drowned the Anteaters (No. 68) in a shallow pool of water. The final score, 4-3, reflected the need for small adjustments on the Anteater side.

Tennis Aces Cal Poly

When sophomore Victor Lamm makes a great play, you do one of two things. If you're in the audience, you cheer; if you're the opposition, you leave the country on the next flight out of sheer frustration.

Swimming and Diving Teams Grab Third

The Big West Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, which concluded in Long Beach this past weekend, featured some inspiring performances. After junior Ashley DePaul...

W. B-Ball Wins Third in a Row

'I'm glad someone pulled the fire alarm,' a spokesperson for UC Irvine said after the match, 'because this team is hot.' The alarm went off 11:47 into the first quarter because of barbeque smoke just outside of the Bren Events Center. Apparently somethi

Students Can Change the World

Something struck me when I researched the Peace Corps and Teach for America for this story. It's easy to be jaded all the time, to always have your cynical comment loaded.

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