RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

University of California

A collection of news and information related to University of California published by this site and its partners.

Top University of California Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Jose Arguelles dies at 72; New Age thinker conceived 1987's Harmonic Convergence

    Jose Arguelles dies at 72; New Age thinker conceived 1987's Harmonic Convergence
    In 1983, art historian Jose Arguelles was driving down Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles to return a rental car when a vision bloomed: On Aug. 16, 1987, a critical mass of humanity would congregate at sacred spots around the world to bond with the...
  • Coffee studies should warm your heart

    Coffee studies should warm your heart
    Looking for a reason to not give up your coffee habit? Here's one possibility: heart health. Numerous studies in recent years have reported that drinking coffee may be good for the cardiovascular system and might even help prevent strokes. Just last...
  • A good time to reflect, party

    A good time to reflect, party
    A picture can sometimes seem so simple, especially a group photo. But this wasn't just any typical picture. There weren't any special poses, mind you. Just smiles. From those faces you could still see the youth and carefreeness that constantly showed...
  • McKnight calls an audible

    NEWPORT BEACH — If you ask Scott McKnight, it's less like a retirement and more like moving to a new team. On June 1, when the Newport Beach police lieutenant walks away from the department after 28 years, he'll be turning in his badge and...
  • Face time may beat e-mail

    Face time may beat e-mail
    A finely crafted e-mail can be a work of art, but it can also work against you. A 2008 study by researchers at the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign and George Mason University put more than 200 students in groups to perform teamwork tasks and found...
  • Lynch won't be back for Sailors

    Jason Lynch's firing as boys' water polo and swimming coach at Newport Harbor High is now permanent, Newport Harbor Principal Michael Vossen said Friday night. Vossen said the final decision was made Friday. Vossen said two separate meetings were held...
  • It's official: U.Va. names Boyle women's basketball coach

    Following a month-long search that included a couple of false starts and detours, the University of Virginia confirmed that Joanne Boyle is the new women's basketball coach. Boyle comes to Virginia from the University of California and replaces Women's...
  • Event celebrates love of books

    When the clock struck 4:30 p.m. at the Daily Pilot in the early 1980s, reporter T. Jefferson Parker would unplug his IBM Selectric, grab a thick stack of white paper and run out the door, clutching the typewriter and smiling at his editor. Parker...
  • College Roundup

    SOFTBALL Vanguard splits doubleheader COSTA MESA — Vanguard split Saturday's Golden State Athletic Conference doubleheader, winning Game 1 against Biola, 7-2, before falling in the second game, 4-3. Patricia Olvera got the win in Game 1 for...
  • Food allergies not tied to eczema for most

    Food allergies not tied to eczema for most
    Eczema is notoriously difficult to treat in children. The torturous dry-skin disease causes intense itching and sleeplessness, and sometimes parents try making dietary changes in addition or in place of conventional treatments. For about one-third of...
  • Lynch's firing surprises

    Lynch's firing surprises
    Jason Lynch's firing as boys' water polo and swimming coach at Newport Harbor High has surprised both members of the Sailors aquatics community and coaches on campus. Newport Harbor senior Andrew Duhoux said he quit the swim team Thursday after...