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  • Men's Volleyball Notebook: UCI lone contender from West

    With four NCAA championships in the previous eight seasons and just two wins away from a fifth in nine campaigns, including three of the last four, few could argue that UC Irvine is not the preeminent collegiate men's volleyball program in the country....
  • UCI chancellor looks forward to university's next 50 years

    UCI chancellor looks forward to university's next 50 years
    If UC Irvine Chancellor Howard Gillman has his way, the next 50 years will mark significant growth for the university. Gillman, who was officially installed as UCI's sixth chancellor in March, spoke about the university's future and recent...
  • When art taps you on the shoulder

    When art taps you on the shoulder
    Marianne Manalang was in the middle of enjoying a pizza at UC Irvine's outdoor food court last week when a woman descended on her with an urgent message. "Think not I love him, though I ask for him," the stranger implored, taking a seat next to hers. "'...
  • Sen. Barbara Boxer addresses UCI Law grads

    Sen. Barbara Boxer addresses UCI Law grads
    A corner of UC Irvine's Aldrich Park turned into a place of celebration as 114 students gathered for UCI Law's fourth commencement ceremony on Saturday. These students rejoiced in the completion of their law studies and each received their Degree of...
  • Women's Volleyball: UCI hires Hain to lead program

    Ashlie Hain, starting setter on UC Irvine's 2003 and 2004 NCAA Tournament teams, has been named the women's volleyball program's head coach, Athletic Director Mike Izzi announced. "We are excited to have Ashlie return to her alma mater," Izzi said in a...
  • It's clear skies for 'snow' sellers

    It's clear skies for 'snow' sellers
    When she was going to UC Irvine, Kathy Vu wanted to become an optometrist. But after graduation she eyed an all-together-different pursuit: food. Fresh Thai iced tea in mason jars wrapped with black ribbons. Crispy, yet soft, macaroon cookies topped...
  • Flier targeting blacks disturbs Irvine apartment complex's residents

    Flier targeting blacks disturbs Irvine apartment complex's residents
    The Irvine Police Department is looking into a report of a racially-charged flier left in an elevator of Toscana Apartments, a residential complex near the UC Irvine campus. The flier addresses noise levels within the complex and includes a bolded...
  • Climate experts to present research at UCI drought conference

    Hundreds of climate experts will gather from April 20 to 22 at UC Irvine to present their latest research on California's drought. The conference, "California Drought: Causes, Consequences and Policy," invites water managers, policymakers and top...
  • UCI's anteater shows he's no 'chicken' in Conan O'Brien mascot makeover

    UCI's anteater shows he's no 'chicken' in Conan O'Brien mascot makeover
    "Zot! Zot! Zot!" is the battle cry of UC Irvine's mascot, Peter the Anteater. To most, it is an unfamiliar sound from an unusual animal. But with help from the UCI men's basketball team's first appearance in the NCAA Tournament last month, Peter's on...
  • UCI student leaders condemn denial of Armenian genocide

    The UC Irvine student legislative council on Monday unanimously passed a resolution to commemorate the Armenian genocide and "condemn its denial." The measure follows similar resolutions passed at UCLA and other state campuses meant to mark the 100th...
  • Man with gun at UCI called police after seeing alert, authorities say

    Man with gun at UCI called police after seeing alert, authorities say
    A man with a gun on the UC Irvine campus called police Tuesday to tell them where he was, officials said, but not before officials locked down the school, including the theater in which the new chancellor was being officially installed. University...
  • Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye mulls pro future

    Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye mulls pro future
    At 7-foot-6, UC Irvine sophomore Mamadou Ndiaye is the tallest player in NCAA men's college basketball. He has less than a month, however, to decide whether he has already hit his ceiling at the amateur level. Ndiaye, who averaged 10.5 points, 5.1...