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  • UC clinics in Southern California to remain open amid doctors strike

    UC clinics in Southern California to remain open amid doctors strike
    The student health centers at five University of California campuses in Southern California, where unionized doctors are on strike over contract negotiations, will be open on Monday, according to university officials.
  • 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 dies after rave in San Bernardino County

    A 22-year-old UC Irvine student who attended the "Beyond Wonderland" rave in San Bernardino County died after collapsing at the event, authorities said. John Hoang Dinh Vo of San Diego went into cardiac arrest after suffering a possible seizure at the...

    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...