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Bake Sale Deemed Discriminatory

In an effort to make students aware of their views on Proposition 54, the College Republicans staged an Affirmative Action Bake Sale, Sept. 25, that r

Student Receives Strauss Public Service Scholarship

The most recent recipient of the prestigious $10,000 Strauss Foundation Public Service Scholarship is Gregoria Barazandeh, a political science major w

President Atkinson Retires from Office

Richard Atkinson's eight-year stint as president of the University of California is soon coming to an end. Although the moment he steps down from off

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World Renowned Professor Named Director of Cal-(IT)2 UCI's Division of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology lea

Labor Rights Advocate is Appointed UC Regent

Just added to the UC Regent board on Sept. 9 is Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union along with fellow labor and civil rights l

UCI Takes Action Against Illegal Music Downloads

In an attempt to educate students about the federal Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which requires prompt response to claims of copyright infringeme

Irvine Meadows West Scheduled for Closing

To the dismay of many of its residents, UCI's Irvine Meadows West trailer park is scheduled to close on July 31, 2004. Students currently living in th

Transfer Applicants Denied UC Admission, Refunded Fees

UCI is no stranger to the strains of the California budget crisis, as 771 transfer student applicants will be denied admissions in winter 2004 and ref

Spike Turns One Year Old

Birthday wishes sailed from Vice Chancellor Juan Francisco Lara to Hawaii's Pana'ewa Zoo as UCI's officially adopted anteater Spike celebrated his one

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UCI Ranks 12th Among U.S. Public Universities The annual U.S. News and World Report college rankings listed UCI for the second year in a row as 12th

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