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UCI Men’s Water Polo Swept Away by Rival Pepperdine

The UCI men’s water polo team squared off against Pepperdine Waves this past Friday, Oct.18, in hopes of getting back on the winning column and finding redemption from their loss against Stanford.

UCI Men’s Water Polo Upset Hopes Dashed by #1 Stanford

The #13 ranked UCI men’s water polo fell 16-7 against the #1 ranked Stanford Cardinals at the Anteater aquatics center this past Sunday, a hard loss for the Anteaters who were looking to prove that they could compete with the best.

UCI Women’s Water Polo Loses to Hawaii in Big West Championship

he No. 7 Women’s Water Polo team at UCI lost to the Hawaii Rainbows 6-7 in the finals of the Big West tournament, robbing them of their chance at a guaranteed spot in the NCAA tournament.

Men’s Polo Loses Pacific Game in Final Minutes

No. 12 UCI hosted Golden Coast Conference opponent the No. 6 Pacific Tigers, falling to the Tigers in the closing minutes despite the game’s back and forth nature. The ‘Eaters are now 5-7 on the season after taking their third consecutive loss.

UCI Falls in Hard Fought NCAA Quarterfinals Against Stanford

After winning the Big West Conference tournament, UCI headed to USC to compete in the NCAA tournament.

A Look Into Women’s Polo Ahead of NCAA Tourney

The Lady ‘Eaters’ Polo squad is again heading to the NCAA Tournament, thanks to a nail-biting victory over Hawaii in sudden death to claim the Big West championship for the second year in a row.

Women’s Polo Headed to NCAA Tourney

The UCI women’s water polo hosted the Big West conference tournament at the Anteater Aquatics Complex. Going into the tournament the No. 9...

Women’s Polo Pull off Major Black and Blue Victory on Senior Night

Women’s water polo played one of their most important games against one of their biggest rivals this week, as CSU Long Beach, a...

Phreaner, Seidemann Lift ‘Eaters Past UCSD, 10-5

Women’s Polo bounced back from two losses last week with a 10-5 win over the UC San Diego Tritons, featuring a stellar performance...

Women’s Polo Takes Two Tough Losses on the Road

8The No. 7 Eaters made the journey to NorCal to take on first the the No. 10 UC Davis Aggies and then headed...

‘Eaters Go 4-1 in 5 Game Homestand  

UC Irvine women’s water polo finished out a five game homestand, going 4-1 with their sole loss coming in the hands of  No.1...

‘Eater’s Add Two Wins at Home

This week UCI Women’s Water Polo hosted the No. 22 Harvard Crimson and the No. 20 SDSU Aztecs. The ‘Eaters, No. 7, coming...


Irvine City Council Votes In Favor Of Extending Emergency Measures Related To COVID-19

The Irvine City Council voted in favor of extending the length of the existing executive orders and emergency resolutions as well as...

What Has California Been Doing to Address COVID-19?

California has implemented a number of measures aimed at protecting residents of the state and responding to the economic impact of the...

Nonprofits in Orange County Look to find Donations and Volunteers

Southern California nonprofit organizations are struggling to find donations and volunteers to support the increasing need for aid during the quarantine. 


The Curse of Adaptations

Adaptations have never been a thing of ease for most beloved, iconic pop culture phenomenons. It may be an actual curse that...

Post Graduation: What Do You Do?

One common goal all UCI students share is the completion of their degree. We work towards this goal for our entire undergraduate...

To Mask Or Not To Mask? That Is The Question.

“The Age of COVID,” “Living in the Corona Century” and “The Warring Twenties” are just a few of the future history book...


UCI’s Dance Department Hosts Their First Online Performance

May 14 would’ve marked the opening night of UCI Dance Department’s annual undergraduate choreography showcase, “Physical Graffiti.” The shift to remote rehearsals...

UCI Student’s Short Film, ‘Overcast’ Sees Great Success at Festivals

While the graduating class of 2020 faces a lot of uncertainty, one UCI senior will be leaping into his future career with...

“Fetch the Bolt Cutters,” A Perfect Pitchfork 10 and Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

It’s been eight long years since Fiona Apple released her last album “The Idler Wheel,” but she wasted no time pushing for...

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