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Dooros Proposes Expanded Housing in Middle Earth

UCI’s Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Auxiliary Services, Resource Planning and Housing, Dan Dooros, recently proposed an increase of nearly 500 beds...

UC Workers Hold Systemwide One-Day Strike for a Better Contract

University of California, Irvine clerical workers and support staff went on a one-day strike last Tuesday, Jan. 10 outside of the UCI Medical...

News in Brief 1/10/2017

UC Irvine Professors Awarded Hellman Fellowships   Six UCI junior faculty members in various branches of scientific research have each been awarded $50,000 Hellman Fellowships. Recipients...

Regents to Consider Funding Scholarships for Syrian Refugee Students

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) passed a resolution in early December formally supporting a program to reserve scholarships and spaces for...

UC Regents To Vote On Student Tuition And Fee Hikes

The University of California announced its intentions last Wednesday to vote on a systemwide tuition increase at their next board meeting on Jan....

Tensions escalate between ASUCI and UCSA

ASUCI Senate considered legislation in December to withdraw UCI from the University of California Student Association (UCSA), citing expensive fees and UCSA’s mishandling...

Parham Discusses Post-Election Fate of DACA, Undocumented Students

UC Irvine’s Vice Chancellor, Thomas A. Parham, sent a campuswide email last Tuesday, Nov. 22 calling for increased solidarity with undocumented students in...

Students and Faculty Protest Against Donald Trump and Dakota Access Pipeline

Dozens of UCI students and faculty attended a “Say No to Trump, Say Yes to Standing Rock” rally at the UCI flagpoles last...

News in Brief, Week Ten

UCI Receives Funding for Research on Coastal Changes A UC Irvine research team, led by Professor Brett Sanders, received $1.15 million from the National...

News in Brief, Week Nine

UCI Student Affairs Hosts Thanksgiving Lunch Students staying on campus during the break will have the opportunity to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal with Vice...

Students of Color Conference Fosters Dialogue on Social Justice Issues

UC Irvine hosted UC Student Association’s 28th annual Students of Color Conference (SOCC) last weekend, Nov. 18-20, at the Student Center and Cross-Cultural...

Lydia Natoolo Elected Next President of ASUCI Senate

At-Large ASUCI Senator Lydia Natoolo, a fourth-year biological sciences major, was elected President of the Senate for winter quarter 2017 at an ASUCI...

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