Tuesday, January 18, 2022


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IQ Hosts Third Annual Semi-Formal

Despite encountering difficulties in receiving funding for their third annual semi-formal, the Irvine Queers hosted 'Time After Time,' their 80's-th

Candidates Vie for State Assembly

In preparation for the March 2 primaries, local candidates vying for the 68th, 69th and 70th California State Assembly positions served on question an

ASUCI Enforces New State Smoking Policy

In hopes of overseeing the enforcement of AB 846, a state law that prohibits smoking within 20 feet of the main exit, entrance or operable window of a

News in Brief

United Taco Bell Employees Strike for Better Benefits, 'Super Tuesday' Voters to Decide on Ballot Measures

UCI Staff Partake in Same-Sex Marriages

In what has been deemed a unique act of civil disobedience, the city of San Francisco began issuing marriage certificates to gay couples on Feb. 12.

New Club Hosts Affirmative Bake Sale

In response to the 'Affirmative Action bake sale' hosted by the College Republicans the week before, Campus Greens, a relatively new organization at U

Land Mine Explosion Survivor Invited to Speak at UCI

UCI students were given the opportunity to hear words from one of the most influential peace advocates in America on Feb. 20.

New Research Links Smoking to Personality Traits

Whether it is for stress relief or for purely social purposes, smoking has been popular among both those young and old regardless of gender.

LGBTRC Hosts Workshop for Students at the Cross-Cultural Center

Participants of the Passport for the 21st Century leadership program were treated to a unique workshop hosted by UCI's Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgende

News in Brief

Annual E-Week Highlights the Engineering School, UCI Virologists Receive $3 Million to Study Bacteria

‘Pimp and Ho’ Theme Sparks Criticism

The Irvine Queers, OUTspoken, The Feminist Leaders for Equality and Empowerment as well as other groups and individual students held banners and put s

TAPS Holds Rally for Mural

In an attempt to raise awareness about the recent destruction of their mural, the Tagalog and Pilipino Studies Kollective held a press conference in t