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  • Women's Water Polo: Warde named UCI's top student-athlete.

    UC Irvine senior women's water polo star Danielle Warde was among 18 campus luminaries honored at the 45th annual Lauds & Laurels ceremony sponsored by the UCI Alumni Assn. Warde, a three-time All-American and four-time All-Big West Conference honoree,...
  • Briefs: Four Pirates lauded

    Freshman outside hitter Adrian Faitalia and sophomore middle blocker Nick Amado led four Orange Coast College players named All-Pacific Coast Conference by garnering first-team recognition. Sophomore setter Steven Duhoux was a second-team honoree,...
  • Irvine council supports bid to enact flag law on state campuses

    *This post has been corrected, as noted below. When a student government committee at UC Irvine voted in March to ban flags of all nationalities — including the United States — from a common area on campus, the news quickly went viral and...
  • 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. The health professionals walked out...
  • 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...
  • Sheltering youths is Margot Carlson's life-long journey

    Sheltering youths is Margot Carlson's life-long journey
    Margot Carlson recalled the moment in 1968 that began her journey from stay-at-home mother to executive director of a nonprofit committed to supporting struggling Orange County children and families. She and her husband learned after the birth of...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • California's outdated bar admission process

    To the editor: I think UC Irvine School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky is absolutely correct that it is time we nationalize the bar admission process. He is also correct that the current system is being used in California and elsewhere as a tool to limit...
  • 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...