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  • Antarctic ice melts and California's response is ... a bullet train?

    Antarctic ice melts and California's response is ... a bullet train?
    You’ve been hearing it more often lately: Things are warming up faster than scientists had  predicted. Now, a study out of UC Irvine and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory ups the ante, saying that rapidly melting ice in Antarctica contains enough mass...
  • Sterlings serve up an opportunity to explore dementia

    Sterlings serve up an opportunity to explore dementia
    I 'm not entirely familiar with Shelly Sterling's background, but I don't believe she has any medical training. So when the co-owner of the Los Angeles Clippers said on national television that she thinks her husband, Donald, is suffering from "the...
  • College Update: Elliot Surrey spectacular in helping UC Irvine baseball win Corvallis Regional, take down No. 1 seed

    College Update: Elliot Surrey spectacular in helping UC Irvine baseball win Corvallis Regional, take down No. 1 seed
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Elliot Surrey (Crescenta Valley High, 2012) UC Irvine baseball sophomore: With one out and a pair of runners on, Surrey induced a ground ball for a 6-4-3 double play. Surrey pumped his...
  • Harvard-Westlake's Jack Flaherty awaits MLB draft with great interest

    Harvard-Westlake's Jack Flaherty awaits MLB draft with great interest
    Jack Flaherty has a record of 23-0 over the last two seasons for Harvard-Westlake High and has a scholarship to play college baseball for North Carolina. But he recognizes something that could change his baseball future is entirely out of his control....
  • College sports' billion-dollar issue: Who pays freight on pay-to-play?

    The commissioner of one college conference recently compared the state of the NCAA to that of a delicate ecosystem being threatened by the heat of what is shaping up to be a long and litigious summer. Ed O’Bannon’s lawsuit against the NCAA,...
  • UC Irvine, ace Andrew Morales look to ignite postseason run

     UC Irvine, ace Andrew Morales look to ignite postseason run
    Andrew Morales and UC Irvine were on their way to an NCAA playoff bid that seemed a foregone conclusion. Morales was 40-1 as a college pitcher, including 9-0 this season, when Irvine began a series against Cal State Fullerton two weeks ago. But a...
  • Tim Donnelly sees his business failure as asset in governor's race

    Tim Donnelly sees his business failure as asset in governor's race
    State Assemblyman Tim Donnelly was showing off his home, an unpretentious four-bedroom high in the mountains near Lake Arrowhead that, given his low-budget run for governor, doubles as a campaign office. He hurried past his son blasting away at animated...
  • 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...
  • Costa Mesa recognizes its scholars

    Costa Mesa recognizes its scholars
    At the 35th annual Scholarship Recognition Breakfast on Friday morning in Costa Mesa, the student recipients' stories were varied, their successes exceptional. The banquet, hosted by the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, took place at the Hilton Orange...
  • African American students weigh campus attitudes in picking colleges

    African American students weigh campus attitudes in picking colleges
    Jahmia Edwards cried when she opened the letter saying she'd been admitted to UCLA, the college she'd dreamed of attending since childhood. The 18 year-old senior at Alliance William & Carol Ouchi High School in South Los Angeles quickly dismissed UC...
  • 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...