Arts & Humanities

Mixed majors

Scholarship recipient Joseph Wong pursues a unique academic combo of music and computer science

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UCI Podcast: Héctor Tobar on the diverse faces of Latino America

The acclaimed scholar and writer embarked on a 9,000-mile roadtrip to explore Latinx identities across the U.S.

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UCI Podcast: Why curiosity, integrity, humility and tenacity contribute to a good life

UCI’s Anteater Virtues Project teaches students four core intellectual virtues

UC Shakespeare Trial – ‘Julius Caesar’

Is Brutus guilty of high crimes?

Students gathered at the Center for Black Cultures, Resources & Research

Black History Month

Recognizing Black groundbreakers in the Anteater community

Diary of a Med Student book surrounded by a tie, laptop and stethoscope
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UCI Podcast: Diary of a med student

UCI medical students publish a book of experiences from across country to show peers they’re not alone

A Midsummer Night’s Zoom

Beloved Shakespeare play transformed for a virtual world

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UCI Podcast: Jessica Millward on the meaning and importance of Juneteenth

June 19 — Juneteenth — marks the day in 1865 that the Union Army announced in Texas that the African American slaves were free. Black Americans since then have honored the day, even as it has gone unnoticed by many others. But in 2020, with protesters filling the streets over the death of George Floyd, […]

Four UCI professors awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

Honorees specialize in history, science, art and literary journalism

UCI to celebrate Lunar New Year

EVENT: UCI will celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year – heralding the Year of the Rat – with an academic discussion, multicultural entertainment, artistic demonstrations, interactive workshops, a Disney-sponsored raffle, lion and dragon parades, food, a laser light show and more. WHEN/WHERE: 2-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Multipurpose Academic & Administrative Building (bldg. […]