In an effort to investigate the causes of the failures of the liver transplant program at the UC Irvine Medical Center, Chancellor Michael Drake has formed a blue ribbon committee to head an investigation into the program.Read more
A dim light reflects off blue-stained concrete walls. There are cracks in the wall, yet the structure is still pretty solid. There are no windows or doors to let the sunlight in. A low ceiling causes voices to echo inside.
The feeling of walking through
The bazaar on Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem was any shopaholic’s paradise. Whether you’re into clothes, shoes or Judaica (Jewish religious items), this downtown street had it all.Read more
One hundred fifteen-degree weather, a camera, a notebook and dozens of Ein Gedi water bottles were all I needed to experience Israel.Read more
In 1968, climbing the steps of what was then the Main Library wasn’t an easy task for Karen Phillips; she had to make it past the anti-Vietnam war proRead more
When is the last time you went through the phone numbers in your cell phone just to catch up with old friends?Read more
A New York-based Jewish organization has called on the U.S. Department of Education to investigate claims of anti-Semitism at UC Irvine. A civil rightRead more