• When you find yourself doing the impossible, just look up past your yoga mat and you will find Mitra Hooshmand, motivating you to the next step. Mitra Hooshmand, neuroscientist, and creator and Editor in Chief...

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  • Courtesy of Matador Records Imagine a band that’s a little more than 30 years old, is made up of a husband and wife duo and has released 13 studio-length albums in their 30-plus year tenure....

  • Take a walk into any Starbucks, and you’ll most likely find the refrigerated section of the shop where items such as fruit, yogurt and other delicious treats are stored and used to tempt you right...

  • Make no mistake; when Barack Obama was sworn in as President of the United States on Jan. 20, 2009, history was made. After delivering some of the most powerful rhetoric this nation has heard since...

  • Courtesy of UCOP Mark G. Yudof will end his five-year tenure as president at the end of August, citing health and a need for “fresh leadership.” University of California President Mark Yudof announced last Friday...

  • Tuition unlikely to increase for the 2013-14 year amidst discussions of change. Undergraduate tuition will likely stay at its current level for the next year, but change was the predominant theme at the UC Board...

  • Courtesy of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering Professor Barsamian’s life and career have, quite literally, been all over the place, eventually leading to UCI. On Nov. 20, 2012, the Henry Samueli School of Engineering...

  • California Bar exam scores instill confidence in faculty and students at the UC Irvine Law School. With the recent release of California Bar exam scores, the UC Irvine School of Law’s first graduating class has...

  • Phuc Pham | New University Author and professor of literary journalism, Amy Wilentz, speaks about her experiences writing a book about the restructuring of Haiti. Amy Wilentz, author, journalist and literary journalism professor at the...