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  • Briefs: UCI baseball ranked

    UC Irvine is ranked No. 39 in Collegiate Baseball's preseason poll. The Anteaters were 41-25 last year and made their second College World Series appearance. UCI, which finished third in the Big West at 15-9, made the most of its at-large berth,...
  • UCI clean-energy pioneer Norman Rostoker, 89, dies

    UCI clean-energy pioneer Norman Rostoker, 89, dies
    UC Irvine professor Norman Rostoker, a nuclear fusion pioneer who sought practical applications for clean energy, died on Christmas Day in Irvine. He was 89. Considered the father of breakthrough nuclear fusion techniques, Rostoker pursued the use of...
  • UCI gets record number of applications

    Applications for admission to UC Irvine rose to a record 88,792 for the 2015 school year, up 7.7% from the previous year, according to figures released Monday. More in-state Latino students applied for freshman admission to the Irvine campus than any...
  • Student project a triumph for O.C.

    Student project a triumph for O.C.
    Alex McDonald's road to graduate school started with a grant and a desire to build a solar-powered house. The 30-year-old first approached UC Irvine with his idea for Casa Del Sol, a sustainable, drought-resistant home inspired by California's state...
  • Play at UC Irvine considers Ismay's role in the Titanic

    Play at UC Irvine considers Ismay's role in the Titanic
    On the night of April 14, 1912, an iceberg struck the RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage. J. Bruce Ismay, the managing director of the White Star Line, which operated the ship, found a seat on a lifeboat and made his way through the freezing night to...
  • Lawsuit says UCI's top police spied on workers and public

    Top brass at the UC Irvine Police Department secretly installed microphones and cameras to spy on employees at the organization's headquarters, according to a lawsuit filed this month by the union representing campus police officers. Microphones...
  • UCI students protest tuition increases

    UCI students protest tuition increases
    Kristine Jermakian dreams of attending medical school after she completes her undergraduate studies. But like many of her peers at UC Irvine, the junior worries about how she's going to pay back the loans that are helping to fund her education. More...
  • UCI police seek suspect in groping case

    UC Irvine police Wednesday sent a warning to students about a reported groping on campus last month. Police said a man forcibly fondled a female in a residence hall Nov. 21. Police said she reported it last week. Authorities did not say whether the...
  • Apodaca: District working with teachers to make Common Core work

    Whether you're inclined to love it or hate it, or are reserving judgment, Common Core is here. The big experiment with new educational standards, adopted by most states, is in varying stages of roll out, with some districts further along in adapting...
  • Sierra Club: UCI top green campus

    UC Irvine placed first in Sierra Club's annual ranking of green campuses nationwide, the university announced Tuesday. UCI's most recent accolade marks the fifth consecutive year that the university has been included in the top 10 greenest campuses...
  • Briefs: UCI thrower lauded

    UC Irvine standout thrower Itos Aikhionbare has been named 2013-14 All-Academic recognition by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Assn. Aikhionbare, a biological sciences major entering her senior year at UCI, finished 14th in the shot...
  • The Latest: Gentle 'Warnings'; Heads 'Change' again

    Robert Love's Warnings: Searching for Strangers in Colonial Boston Cornelia H. Dayton and Sharon V. Salinger University of Pennsylvania Press; 237 pages If you're familiar with Tom Stoppard's play "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," which...