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Guilt-free beach reading

Guilt-free beach reading

Book lovers can look to UCI authors for summer fare that exercises the mind while the body relaxes
1 week ago
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Hawaiian history via hula

Hawaiian history via hula

Adria Imada’s award-winning book Aloha America explores the influence of politics, colonization, tourism and religion on the islands’ traditional dance
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Good vibrations

Good vibrations

Alum Kevin Kwan Loucks and his wife make beautiful music together in chamber duo and trio
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Budding philosophers

UCI program demystifies the ancient system of thought for local grade-schoolers
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Taking art to extremes

Taking art to extremes

Chris Burden, M.F.A. ’71, gained fame for his provocative pieces
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Funny business

Funny business

UCI’s Improv Revolution presents Coup de Comedy Festival 2015, honoring Keegan-Michael Key, May 6-9
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All the campus is a stage

All the campus is a stage

Professors Julia Lupton and Eli Simon discuss UCI’s new Shakespeare Center, dedicated to ‘exploring the world of Will through performance,…
2 months ago
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A pioneer in her field

A pioneer in her field

Vicki Ruiz to be honored for her contributions to Latino and Chicano history during National Women’s History Month
3 months ago
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UCI introduces ocean research and education initiative

UCI introduces ocean research and education initiative

Irvine, Calif., March 24, 2015 – UC Irvine is set to embark on one of its boldest experiments yet: a…
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Outlaw homage

Outlaw homage

Revival of iconic “Billy the Kid” ballet honors its original choreographer, Eugene Loring, founding chair of UCI’s dance department
5 months ago
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UCI initiates NSF-funded joint project utilizing the arts to improve grade school science education

UCI initiates NSF-funded joint project utilizing the arts to improve grade school science education

Through an innovative new program developed at UC Irvine, the arts and the sciences – which often occupy opposite ends…
7 months ago
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UCI historian publishes ‘Chop Suey, USA: The Story of Chinese Food in America’

UCI historian publishes ‘Chop Suey, USA: The Story of Chinese Food in America’

Yong Chen’s book explores how the popular ethnic cuisine altered the US gastronomic landscape
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