Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Golf

Men’s Golf Finishes 11th at NCAA Pacific Regionals

The men’s golf team, claiming their second Big West title since 2015, earned a spot in the Pacific Regional NCAA Tournament where they were seeded No. 12.

Sports in Brief

By Kevin Barnum Women's Tennis UC Irvine's women's tennis team gave Lafayette its first loss of the season on Saturday with a 5-1 win on...

Sports in Brief

By Sebastian Suarez and Eashan Kotha Men’s Water Polo No.7 UCI men’s water polo (10-7) lost to No.3 USC (19-1) last Saturday 8-13 at the...

Big West Players of the Year

Luke Nelson-Men’s Basketball Despite seeing action in just 18 games on the year, senior guard Luke Nelson battled back from a hamstring injury to...

David Kim Concludes Masterful Season at NCAA Regionals

Junior David Kim concluded a masterful 2016-2017 campaign on Wednesday with a 20th place finish at the NCAA Regional held on the Stanford...

Sports in Brief

Men’s Golf Junior David Kim finished ninth—his fifth top 10 finish on the season—at 213 to lead the ‘Eaters to a seventh place overall...

Sports in Brief

Men’s Golf UCI wrapped up their fall schedule with the conclusion of the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational earlier this week in Princeville, Kaua’i, Hawai’i. The...

Sports in Brief

Men’s Golf UCI men’s golf finished fifth out of a 15 team field at the Nick Watney Invitational this week at San Joaquin Country...

Women’s Golf Snags Fifth Place Finish in San Jose

By Marvin Luu Following up their second place finish at the Ptarmigan Ram Classic, the UC Irvine women’s golf team took fifth place at...

Scott Brooks Hosts Sixth Annual Golf Invitational

The annual Scott Brooks Golf Invitational kicked off this past Thursday at The Resort at Pelican Hill, which helped raise money for athletic...

‘Eaters Earn Second at Ptarmigan Ram Classic

After finishing fourth in the opening 36-holes of competition at the Ptarmigan Ram Classic with a 590 (298-292), the UC Irvine women’s golf...

NEWS

‘Astro Boy:’ The Turning Point of Manga and Anime

UCI Libraries hosted a Zoom webinar in light of the growing collection of manga and anime in their 30 year anniversary of...

New Allegations Surface Regarding Impeached ASUCI Judge Kimo Gandall

New allegations are being made regarding Kimo Gandall, one of the ASUCI judges listed in the recent petition written with the goal...

Persisting Inequalities and Paths Forward: The State of Undocumented Students in California’s Public Universities

Representatives from the UC Collaborative to Promote Immigrant and Student Equity (UC PromISE) and the Undocumented Student Equity Project (USEP) discussed results...

OPINION

Banning Simps Won’t Get Rid of Harrasment On Twitch

Twitch, a popular video live streaming platform, is a hub for all gamers where they can make connections with their audience and...

A New Way to Look at Cancel Culture

“Cancel culture,” or call-out culture, is a term that has gained a lot of traction these past few years. New York Times...

Why California Must Reinvest in the UC System

On July 1, CA Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature instituted a $300.8 million budget cut to the University of California...

ENTERTAINMENT

Taylor Swift’s ‘Evermore’ Ventures Further Into the Whimsical Woods of ‘Folklore’

Taylor Swift surprised fans again by releasing her ninth studio album “evermore” on Dec. 11. “evermore” comes less than five months after...

UCI’s “She Kills Monsters” Delights with Dungeons and (Digital) Dragons

For the past nine months, a healthy dose of escapism has seemed like a prescription that would benefit anyone. The UCI Claire...

“I May Destroy You” Wins IFP Gotham Award, Harbinger For Upcoming Awards Season

Michaela Coel’s limited series “I May Destroy You” took home the “Breakthrough Series Short Form” award at the 2020 Gotham Independent Film...

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