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  • Anteaters' rise spurs even loftier goals

    Anteaters' rise spurs even loftier goals
    After a breakthrough season that included a trip to the Sweet 16 in the program's first NCAA Tournament appearance, as well as a school single-season record of 19 victories, one might wonder what the UC Irvine women's soccer team can do for an encore....
  • Top 20 schools for the religious: New directory has the answers

    Top 20 schools for the religious: New directory has the answers
    Parents who fret over sending their kids off to college -- you know, whether they drink and hit on each other and lose their faith -- can ease their concerns with The 376 Best Colleges, a study produced by The Princeton Review. The review, drawing from a...
  • Randazzo, Kopf key UCI upset

    Randazzo, Kopf key UCI upset
    UC Irvine freshman Jennifer Randazzo made seven saves and withstood a 21-shot barrage and senior forward Lexi Kopf scored in the eighth minute to lead the then-No. 17-ranked Anteaters to a 1-0 win over the then-No. 11-ranked host in the finale of the Teas...
  • UCI searching for punch

    UCI searching for punch
    The UC Irvine men's soccer program did much better playing its opponents than the percentages last season. So it was that despite a 14-3-3 record, its second Big West Conference regular-season title in three seasons, and a No. 8 national ranking, the...
  • Hookah use up sharply in California

    Hookah use up sharply in California
    Hookah use is establishing roots in the strongly anti-tobacco state of California, says a new study, with usage rates increasing more than 40% over a few years. Hookah involves smoking from a water pipe and hose. Specially made tobacco, often flavored, ...
  • Clarence Irwin Haydock

    Clarence Irwin Haydock, Ph.D., California ecologist, passed away peacefully the evening of July 30, 2011 in Fountain Valley, CA having been born April 15, 1938 in Bakersfield, CA.  As a boy, growing up in northern CA he sculled a duck boat on San...
  • Woman leaves millions in cat's name to vet school

    Woman leaves millions in cat's name to vet school
    A Florida woman was so inspired by the care her beloved kitty got at a California vet school that she left the institution $7.6 million in her cat's name. According to the Sacramento Bee, years ago Maxine Adler brought her kitty, Du Bee, to the...
  • Parents who know of preemies' pain more confident

    Parents who know of preemies' pain more confident
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Parents who are taught to recognize and respond to signs of pain in their prematurely born babies are more confident in caring for their children once they leave the hospital, a new study shows. Parents' stress levels,...
  • Are farm subsidies making Americans fat?

    Are farm subsidies making Americans fat?
    At a time when the nation is struggling to reel in its fiscal and physical waistlines, cutting programs that may bloat both seems like a good idea. As a result, farm subsidies — payments the federal government gives to American farmers when their...
  • 'Eaters' Jock in fast lane

    'Eaters' Jock in fast lane
    UC Irvine's Charles Jock begins his competition at the International Assn. of Athletics Federations World Track & Field Championships Friday night in Daegu, South Korea. The two-time All-American competes in the first round of the 800 meters Friday at 8:...
  • Shifra Goldman dies at 85; champion of modern Mexican art

    Shifra Goldman dies at 85; champion of modern Mexican art
    In the early 1970s, when Shifra Goldman proposed a doctoral dissertation on modern Mexican art, her professors at UCLA sneered. Compared to European art, the art of Latin America was, in their view, imitative, too political, unworthy of serious...