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  • Apodaca: Is cursive cursed to end?

    An unlikely controversy has erupted in education regarding, of all things, cursive writing. The debate over cursive is reaching full throttle courtesy of the new Common Core State Standards and its top-to-bottom overhaul of K-12 curriculum, which is now...
  • Kindergartners enjoy early feast

    Kindergartners enjoy early feast
    Anthony Soto, 6, adjusts his feathered headdress as he sets his slice of apple pie on the picnic table next to one of his classmates. He smiles and begins shoveling a mountain of whipped cream into his mouth. "I'm gonna eat this pie and then I'm gonna...
  • The Crowd: Celebrating the champions of Chapman

    The Crowd: Celebrating the champions of Chapman
    The remarkable transformation of Chapman University from a small-town college of little reputation to a serious university with a growing national pedigree is testament to the vitality and the commitment of the Orange County citizenry. It is also the...
  • Davidson nearing biggest finish

    Davidson nearing biggest finish
    Jordan Davidson is a finisher. Whether on the business end of a cross, a through ball, a corner kick or a rebound, the speedy 5-foot-2 Vanguard University women's soccer forward has deposited 29 goals into the net in two years with the Lions. She scored...
  • Community colleges eye faculty boost

    Coast Community College District is looking to ramp up the number of full-time faculty members by next fall. In September, the board tasked Chancellor Andrew Jones with developing a report on a full-time faculty hiring plan. In the past five years the...
  • Health professions for students of color is conference topic

    The new faces of medicine will be at UC Irvine Saturday. The Latino Medical Student Assn. and the Student National Medical Assn. from the UC Irvine School of Medicine are hosting a conference to discuss the admissions process at health professions...
  • Jogging for money, exercise and camaraderie

    Jogging for money, exercise and camaraderie
    Newport Elementary School's third annual jog-a-thon had students running to raise money for the school Wednesday morning against the picturesque backdrop of rolling waves crashing along the coastline. Principal Rich Rodriguez high-fived a group of...
  • Carnett: We were changed by events of Nov. 22, 1963

    It was one of the most shocking and appalling historical events of my lifetime. In some regards it became the defining moment for my generation. I speak of the assassination of the president of the United States 50 years ago this week. A demented...
  • Students back in class after bomb threat

    Students at Westpark Elementary in Irvine were back in class by 10:30 a.m. Thursday after officials failed to find evidence of a planted bomb, as threatened by a caller, authorities said. The school was evacuated after campus officials received an...
  • Structure could ease OCC parking woes

    Structure could ease OCC parking woes
    On a typical day at Orange Coast College, students circle the lots in a frenzy, attempting to beat their peers to a parking spot close to their next class. If they're lucky, they might notice another student walking to a car and snag that space once...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Why is California so crazy?

    A reminder that the next program of the Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries Speaker Series will occur Saturday at 6 p.m. when Laer Pearce will discuss his book, "Crazifornia: Tales From the Tarnished State — How California Is Destroying Itself and...
  • OCC considers student housing

    Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa may soon be shedding its commuter campus reputation as the college looks toward building student housing. The Coast Community College District, which oversees three colleges — Orange Coast, Golden West and...