Students

Natasha Sayani's skirt on a model walking down the runway

UCI’s own ‘Project Runway’

Fashion Interest Group puts on its end-of-year show, featuring budding designers and models in a ‘Project Runway’-style competition.

A young student

Will you be my teacher?

Despite discouraging headlines, the prospects for highly qualified teachers trained at UC Irvine look good as older educators retire.

Elizabeth Munoz

Reaching out to the elderly

Elizabeth Munoz studies how emotions affect the health of seniors.

Goodbye, UCI

As UC Irvine readies for its 44th commencement June 12-14, half a dozen graduates from the class of 2009 pause to reflect on their time here — what they enjoyed, how they grew, and lessons they learned in and out of the classroom. Originally published in Vol. 1, Iss. 7 ZotZine

Mike Powe

Calling Skid Row home

UCI’s Mike Powe studies ways to make the Los Angeles district an inclusive, viable community.

Costume drawings for "Little Women" production

Dressing ‘Little Women’

On May 29, when the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ drama department raises the curtain on “Little Women: The Broadway Musical,” the actors will be wearing Caitlin Cisek originals.

UCI honors student Bria Biggs

Laker Girl grows up

UCI honors student Bria Biggs balances her work as a dancer with the Laker Girls and aspirations to someday practice sports medicine.

Freeway traffic

Traffic’s true toll

Dr. Ralph Delfino and Michael Kleinman lead efforts to understand how vehicle exhaust contributes to lung and cardiovascular illnesses. Their work confirms what most Southern Californians know intuitively: Living near a freeway isn’t good idea.

UCI's men's volleyball team

Campus salutes national champions

UCI’s men’s volleyball team was saluted by the campus community for winning its second NCAA national championship in three years.

students played educational games that tested their knowledge of Israeli culture

Students celebrate Israeli culture

UCI students are staging the second annual iFest to celebrate Israel’s 61st birthday, turning Ring Mall into a colorful street festival with games, performances, vendors and food.