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Writers On Writing: The Origins Of A KUCI Institution

By Christina Acevedo After leaving her job as a corporate lawyer in 2001, Marrie Stone began attending night classes at UCI. There she met author...

Lyrics for the People: UCI Band Appears on Estrella TV

By Ashley Alvarez As children we dream boundlessly with an unadulterated impression of our own potential. We believe we can be president, doctors, rockstars, etc....

Ramadan Mubarak: Welcoming the Holy Islamic Month at UCI

By Camila Dadabhoy Muslims all around the world finished dinner and gathered outside their homes to stare at the bright, star-filled sky last Thursday evening,...

Get Garments, Give Groceries: A UCI Alum’s Philanthropic Business Model

By Megan Cole UCI alum Fiona Chan (class of ‘07) never wanted to be an entrepreneur. But that changed two years ago when she became...

Yang’s Braised Chicken Rice Comes to Tustin

By Elyse Joseph Yang’s Braised Chicken and Rice opened its Tustin location last September. Though the popular chain has over 6,000 stores worldwide, this is...

The Life and Times of Peter the Anteater

By Ashley Alvarez Commencement is in the air! As Peter the Anteater prepares to bid the graduating class of 2018 farewell, he concurrently prepares to welcome...

The 20th Annual Battle of the Brains

By Maggie O’Hara The UCI campus was quiet by 7 p.m. on the night of Monday, May 14, but inside the Student Center, a group...

UCI Alumnus Manuel Chavez Runs for Costa Mesa City Council

By Megan Cole After walking across the commencement stage last June, Manuel Chavez hit the ground running in Orange County’s political arena. The political science...

Greg Rothberg Takes Over UCI’s Campus Recreation

By Christina Acevedo UCI’s new campus recreation director, Greg Rothberg, has worked in his current field for some time now. Before graduating from college in 1987,...

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