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Debate Heats Up as Students and Faculty Address Foreign Policy

Student leaders from both liberal and conservative perspectives battled it out in a two-on-two debate at Crystal Cove Auditorium on Oct. 30.

Management Ranks High in Nation

UCI's own Graduate School of Management ranked 15th-best in the nation in its Executive MBA Program by the Financial Times. The GSM sees this rankin

Youth in Politics to Rock the Vote

Rock the Vote, an organization dedicated to engaging youth in the political process, will hold the Democratic Presidential Candidates' Forum in Boston

Experts Discuss Effects of Climate Change

A series of distinguished UC experts and an award-winning New York Times journalist presented their views on global warming in 'Climate Change: What

Students Back Albertsons Union Strikers

In support of grocery store employees on strike, a coalition of about 20 UCI students protested inside the Albertsons grocery store on Campus Drive be

News in Brief

LGBTRC Hosts Forum on Being Muslim and Gay


In last week's issue of the New University, the News in Brief 'Bicyclist Hit and Killed in Collision' on page 2 incorrectly stated that Douglas Edwar

Kennedy Gives Peltason Lecture

It was a packed Crystal Cove auditorium on Oct. 24 as hundreds of students, UCI faculty and members from the Irvine community came to hear Massachuset

Alcohol and Drugs Affect the Severity of Bipolar Disorder

The effect of drugs and alcohol on the severity of bipolar disorder has become an area of concern in recent years. UCI helped in the exploration of th

CUE Gains Disclosure of Funds

The ongoing dispute between the combined efforts of the Coalition of University Employees and San Jose Mercury News against the University of Californ

UCI Graduate Student Wins Monopoly Championships

With his cannon game piece in hand, Matt McNally, a second-year graduate student in UCI's production school, fired through the elimination rounds of t

UCI Professor Elaborates on Studies in Memory Retention

Donald Bren professor and chair of the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at UCI, Thomas Carew presented perspectives on the science behind short