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  • Letter of intent day: Let the celebration begin

    Wednesday is the first day high school seniors can sign an early national letter of intent for all sports but football, soccer, track and field, cross country and men's water polo. Across Southern California, athletes are celebrating with classmates and...
  • Letters: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a justice for all

    Re "Much depends on Ginsburg," Opinion, March 16 As a lawyer and an Irvine resident, I respect and commend Erwin Chemerinsky for what he's done as the founding dean of the UC Irvine Law School. But he's wrong to say that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader...
  • Quarter of UC population had bad experiences on campus, survey finds

    Quarter of UC population had bad experiences on campus, survey finds
    SAN FRANCISCO — About a quarter of UC students, faculty and staff reported that they had experienced some exclusionary, intimidating or offensive situations on campus and 9% said that had interfered with their abilities to study or work, according...
  • L.A. County supervisors want to put cross back in county seal

    Potentially reopening a contentious cultural battle, two Los Angeles County supervisors are proposing placing a cross in the county’s seal. In a motion filed Tuesday, Supervisors Mike Antonovich and Don Knabe called for adding a cross to the...
  • Buckley all business for UCI

    Buckley all business for UCI
    Camille Buckley is not a business major at UC Irvine. She just plays one on the basketball court. The Anteaters' senior post is as effusive and effervescent off the court as your average stand-up comedienne. But when it comes time to lace up the hi-...
  • UC Irvine center Mamadou Ndiaye creates altering reality for opponents

    UC Irvine center Mamadou Ndiaye creates altering reality for opponents
    Four points, 11 rebounds, four blocked shots. That was center Mamadou Ndiaye's contribution last week in 33 minutes toward UC Irvine's 46-44 victory over Long Beach State. It might be the most deceiving box score line in college basketball this season....
  • With last Rose Bowl-BCS 'double dip' for now, it's the end of an era

    With last Rose Bowl-BCS 'double dip' for now, it's the end of an era
    Southern California is used to the annual New Year's invasion of football fans for the Rose Bowl. But this year, the region — and its economy — got a rare double dip. As soon as supporters of Stanford and Michigan State went home after the...
  • Perkins takes helm

    Jeff Perkins took over as UC Irvine track and field and cross country coach on Jan. 1. Perkins, who joined the UCI staff in 2007, served the past four years as associate head coach for Vince O'Boyle, who retired Dec. 31 after 32 seasons with the 'Eaters....
  • Faulkner: Trio makes VU title threat

    Faulkner: Trio makes VU title threat
    Good things usually come in threes for the Vanguard University women's basketball team, but that typically refers to the propensity and proficiency with which Coach Russ Davis' Lions hoist three-point attempts from beyond the arc. This season, however,...
  • Morgan State center Ian Chiles opening eyes with his improved play

    Morgan State center Ian Chiles opening eyes with his improved play
    At 7 feet, 2 inches and 260 pounds, Ian Chiles is not difficult to spot on the Morgan State campus. The senior center is beginning to get some attention outside of Baltimore, too. Chiles was selected by College Hoops Daily to the website’s “...
  • BCS championship marks end of an era for Southern California

    BCS championship marks end of an era for Southern California
    Southern California is used to the annual New Year’s invasion of football fans for the Rose Bowl. But this year, the region -- and its economy -- got a rare double dip. As soon as supporters of Stanford and Michigan State went home after the...