UC Irvine students want to foster a sustainable culture that moves beyond hemp bags and energy-efficient light bulbs.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox discussed the future of democracy in Mexico and Latin America April 8 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre.
UC Irvine undergraduate students use art to pose some sticky life questions in ‘Provocations,’ on exhibit through April 17.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox will discuss the future of democracy in Latin America April 8.
In a disheveled dorm room at UC Irvine, Brandon Gross — a freckle-faced college kid in flip-flops and Anteaters ball cap — loads up his backpack and heads out the door to his math class in differential equations. Nothing unusual here, except Brandon is a kid. A junior who transferred to UCI in January, Brandon […]
Third annual Literary Orange brings writers and readers together April 4 for a daylong celebration of literature.
UC Irvine’s arts dean, Alan Terricciano, plays a mean cactus as he wires up houseplants for an April 4 concert on the green.
New facility for conducting clinical trials will take UC Irvine’s medical research to a new level, allowing overnight stays and supervised diets.
Lbachir BenMohamed and Dr. Anthony Nesburn with The Gavin S. Herbert Eye Institute of UC Irvine’s ophthalmology department have developed a promising vaccine to prevent ocular herpes, a leading cause of blindness. The vaccine works against the virus that also causes genital warts and may help in the battle against the spread of AIDS.
Professional sports have their annual drafts; medical education has Match Day. That’s when thousands of medical school graduates nationwide learn where they will begin their careers as doctors. A story and photo essay capture the 76 UCI students who learned where they matched in a festive, emotional March 19 event.