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  • PIMCO founder among those to receive UCI Medal

    PIMCO founder among those to receive UCI Medal
    UC Irvine will honor the co-founder of Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO) and his wife with the UCI Medal, the university announced Tuesday. Bill Gross and his wife, Sue, donated $10 million to the university to create a stem...
  • Former professor claims retaliation in suit against UCI

    A former assistant professor at UC Irvine is suing the university, saying she faced retaliation when she flagged data that she claims was falsified by researchers trying to prove a faulty hypothesis, according to her Orange County Superior Court lawsuit....
  • Time to support cause

    On Tuesday, Corona del Mar High will play Edison at Orange Coast College in a nonleague boys' volleyball match that starts at 6 p.m. The event is far more important than a simple high school volleyball match. Coaches Steve Conti (CdM) and Brian Boone...
  • The Crowd: Trojans come together for Kure It!

    The Crowd: Trojans come together for Kure It!
    Editor's note: Paul McDonald does not have cancer. For USC Trojans there is one campus institution arguably more recognizable than the Doheny Library. It is the 901 Club just off campus on Figueroa Street. Not exactly an avenue to higher learning, but...
  • Federal funding cuts have unclear effects

    While a federal judge's ruling that recently halted federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research carries implications nationwide, on the local level the effects are less clear. At UC Irvine's Stem Cell Research Center, only a fraction of the...
  • Driving for zero

    Driving for zero
    Each September she's a familiar sight at the Orange County Fairgrounds, whizzing by in a golf cart saturated in patriotic bling, while inspecting men's arms for a telltale bandage or cotton ball. For Orange County resident and Cruisin' for a Cure...
  • Briefs: Shimko begins quest

    Jack Shimko, a Newport Beach native, begins his 10-day, 150-mile open ocean paddle-board journey to raise money for cancer research today in Santa Barbara. The water marathon is called, "PADDLE2LIVE," which will raise $500,000 for UCLA Jonsson Cancer...
  • Promises for women

    Promises for women
    Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of Marica Pendjer's name. More than a decade ago, while at a Susan G. Komen for the Cure race in Newport Beach, Marica Pendjer saw something that had a profound effect on her life. She saw a little girl with...
  • Greer's OC: A new sweet treat shop

    The new 33Degrees Gelato | Frozen Yogurt in Huntington Beach is offering you a special Friday through Sunday. Just mention Greer's OC when you buy a frozen yogurt or Italian gelato, and get the second one of equal or lesser value for free. 33Degrees,...
  • For cancer support, the brave give locks

    For cancer support, the brave give locks
    It had all the atmosphere of a public execution straight out of a black-and-white Western. At high noon Friday, nearly a dozen teachers and coaches from Corona del Mar High School, draped in black protective shawls, turned to face their tormentors: hair...
  • 'Walking while we can'

    Hundreds of Orange County residents, some in memory of those dear to them, others in the name of survivors, walked around the race track at Orange Coast College on Saturday, kicking off Relay for Life. In what is beginning to turn into a popular,...
  • Fundraising with a twist

    Fundraising with a twist
    With bright eyes, rosy cheeks and wide smiles as they leaned over their little elbows selling lemonade, it was a scene of classic Americana with a twist at the Irvine Spectrum Saturday morning as kids sold the summer refreshment for pediatric cancer...