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Election 2020: Proposition 18 Voted Down By California Voters

Proposition 18, which proposed an amendment to the California state constitution that allowed 17-year-old citizens who would be 18 by the next general election...

2020 Electoral Outcome: UCI Student Reactions

Joe Biden was announced to be the President-elect, with Kamala Harris as his Vice President-elect, on Nov. 7 after a four-day wait for the...

UCI Illuminations Culminates 1619 Series With A Conversation Between Students And Nikole Hannah-Jones

Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones engaged in a virtual Q&A session to discuss the importance of her 1619 Project and her...

COVID-19 On-Campus Update

According to UCI Forward’s COVID-19 Dashboard, there are currently seven active positive cases in recuperation on UCI’s campus as of Oct. 12, three of...

Trump Administration Rescinds ICE International Student Visa Policy Amidst Panic Over Fall Quarter

UCI Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Willie L. Banks, Jr. announced that international students are now required to enroll in at least one in-person...

UCI Administration Announces Decision To Charge Full Tuition For Spring Quarter

Campus officials notified UCI students of the university’s decision to charge students full tuition for the spring quarter in an email on Monday, March...

UCI Humanities Hosts Fourth Annual Arts Gala

UCI’s School of Humanities hosted their annual Humanities Core Arts Gala – featuring over 50 submissions including paintings, sculptures, poetry and short stories –...

Professor Svetlana Jitomirskaya Wins the 2020 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

The 2020 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics has been awarded to UCI Distinguished Professor of mathematics Svetlana Jitomirskaya. She is the second woman to receive the award since its establishment in 1959 and the first woman to receive it on her own, following Cornell University’s Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat who co-received the prize in 2003 with James W. York.

The Formation of an Auto Bubble and Its Threats to Irvine’s Car Industry

The automotive industry seems to have pulled itself into an economic bubble that is similar to the U.S. mortgage bubble that burst in 2008, thereby triggering a global financial crisis.

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