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  • Students lay down the law

    Whittier Law School students and alumni shared their stories and experiences to roughly a dozen Orange County college students Friday afternoon. The goal of the Costa Mesa-based law school's Diversity Day event, put on by the Hispanic American Law...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters alone atop Big West

    Men's Basketball: 'Eaters alone atop Big West
    It wasn't the one shining moment most college basketball coaches covet, but UC Irvine men's basketball head man Russell Turner said the celebration that followed his program's first Big West Conference regular-season title in 12 seasons was thoroughly...
  • Track & Field: UCI's Itos Aikhionbare named Big West Field Athlete of Year

    UC Irvine junior Itos Aikhionbare has been named Big West Conference Field Athlete of the Year in voting by the conference coaches. Aikhionbare is the first student-athlete from UCI to win the conference's top field honor. She was a double-winner at...
  • Muslim students to appeal conviction in 'Irvine 11' case

    An attorney representing a group of Muslim students found guilty of disrupting a speech by the Israeli ambassador said she will appeal the case, which she said tests whether “peaceful, measured student protests” should be a crime. "We are...
  • Larry Burrough dies at 66; former L.A. Herald Examiner city editor

    Larry Burrough dies at 66; former L.A. Herald Examiner city editor
    Newspaper veteran Larry Burrough, who was the city editor at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and then a deputy editor at the Orange County Register where he oversaw a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative series, died Monday in Yakima, Wash. He was 66....
  • UCI researcher gets grant to study youth library services

    A postdoctoral researcher based at UC Irvine received a $1,000 grant to study youth library services. The Young Adult Library Services Assn. award will allow Crystle Martin to research how youth library services and connected learning, an educational...
  • Much depends on Ginsburg

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court after the completion of the current term in June. She turned 81 on Saturday and by all accounts she is healthy and physically and mentally able to continue. But only by resigning this summer...
  • Waiting -- and learning -- in college volleyball

     Waiting -- and learning -- in college volleyball
    Former Sandburg High School volleyball standouts Scott Fifer and John Hodul have hopes of someday getting regular playing time in college. For now, they are patient. Fifer, a 6-foot-3 sophomore setter and Hodul, a 6-9 freshman middle hitter, are on...
  • Search committee to find new UCI chancellor formed

    An advisory committee made up of UC Irvine faculty, staff, students, alumni and a foundation representative will assist in the national search for a new chancellor, the university announced Monday. Bruce Varner, board of regents chairman, also...
  • The Latest: A poetic prescription; dissonance from Din

    Believing in Today Frank L. Meyskens Jr. Fithian Press; 77 pages If you are familiar with "Gates of Heaven," Errol Morris' classic documentary about pet cemeteries, you may recall the film's slogan: "Death is for the living and not for the dead so...
  • How an economics professor taught me a life-changing lesson -- in literature

     How an economics professor taught me a life-changing lesson -- in literature
    Every spring, during college graduation season, I think about a former professor who uttered two astonishing sentences that changed the course of my life. I was a disaffected student, attending community college because I didn't have the grades, the...