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  • Biz News: Get in the 'Zone' at open house

    Biz News: Get in the 'Zone' at open house
    The Training Zone OC is hosting a combination fundraiser and open house from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at its studio, 333 E. 17th Street, Suite 18, Costa Mesa. The public event will feature demonstrations, raffles, refreshments and a chance to try out...
  • Faced with job complaints, Loyola Law School accepting fewer students

    Faced with job complaints, Loyola Law School accepting fewer students
    Loyola Law School administrators once justified accepting extra students or raising tuition because the market virtually guaranteed prospective attorneys a high-paying job after graduation. But faced with growing alumni complaints that they can't find...
  • UC Irvine honors scholar-athletes

    UC Irvine men's volleyball All-American Kevin Tillie was named Lauds & Laurels Outstanding Student-Athlete at the school's Salute to Scholar-Athletes banquet at the Bren Events Center to close out the school year. The award is the most prestigious...
  • UC Irvine student attacked women in dorm, police allege

    Police have arrested a UC Irvine student on suspicion of assaulting two people, battering two others, exposing himself and brandishing a fake gun in a campus residence hall. Andrei Tatuiko, 18, has denied the allegations, pleading not guilty before an...
  • Preserve thrives on volunteer help

    Preserve thrives on volunteer help
    Rayan Gandhi, 8, told the California sunflower he had planted to "sleep well" as he tucked dirt around the seedling. One down, 100 to go. Rayan was one of more than 20 volunteers who gathered Sunday at the Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve to plant...
  • Dancing outside the body

    Dancing outside the body
    Moments after stepping foot in New Delhi, Dominique Delorme's gaze fell upon a man on the side of the road. He had no arms or legs, and he entreated passersby to place money in a bowl placed in front of him. Their gazes locked, and a grin blossomed on...
  • Briefs: Rice wins at Deaflympics

    Newport Beach resident Chloe Rice helped the United States Deaf Women's National Soccer Team win gold at the Deaflympics earlier this month in Sofia, Bulgaria. Team USA won its third straight gold by defeating Russia, 2-1, in the title match on Aug. 4....
  • 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....
  • Community & Clubs: Just Seventeen, and in a magazine

    Community & Clubs: Just Seventeen, and in a magazine
    The evening of Oct. 14 was marked by Seventeen Magazine's Pretty Amazing winner, Lindsay Brown, a soccer player and recent Notre Dame graduate, sharing her inspiring story of helping to educate and empower young girls in Nepal and Africa. For more about...
  • UCI scholar awarded research prize

    UCI scholar awarded research prize
    Greg Duncan, a scholar in the field of early childhood education at UC Irvine and a member of the National Academy of Sciences, was awarded the Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize for his work on the effects of poverty on child development. In addition to the...
  • Hansen: Not letting fire shape your life

    Hansen: Not letting fire shape your life
    If former Laguna Beach Mayor Bob Gentry had it to do over again, with the firestorm whipping around his Mystic Hills house 20 years ago, he would not change anything. He would still grab the dog and two cats, the family's 100-year-old heirloom silver...