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  • Grads, principal say goodbye to Glendale High

    Grads, principal say goodbye to Glendale High
    Hundreds of graduates, along with their principal, bid farewell Thursday to four years at Glendale Unified High School. More than 600 graduates dressed in red and black caps and gowns took center stage at Moyse Stadium as they prepared to move on to...
  • Teel Time: Former UVa coach Holland recalls competing against Krzyzewski, Knight, Smith

    Terry Holland beat Dean Smith in an ACC tournament final, Bob Knight for a berth in the Final Four and Mike Krzyzewski the first eight times they played. So few, if any, are more qualified to discuss the last three coaches to own the Division I career...
  • Fmr. UCLA Basketball Great Walt Hazzard Dies at 69

    Fmr. UCLA Basketball Great Walt Hazzard Dies at 69
    LOS ANGELES -- UCLA Basketball great, Walt Hazzard, passed away this afternoon at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center following a long illness. He was 69 years old. Hazzard's family said he had been recuperating for a long time from complications...
  • Apodaca: A Bruins fan in Newport is something of a Trojan horse

    We've been lying low at my house, nursing our bitterness, and indulging in theatrical self-torment as we try to assuage our battered egos. We are UCLA fans. It's not easy being one these days, not since last weekend's shellacking of the Bruin...
  • U.S. women's water polo team finishes sweep

    U.S. women's water polo team finishes sweep
    CORONA DEL MAR — Tumua Anae is often seen as reserved, a calming influence on the United States women's water polo Olympic team. Still, do not think for a second that she isn't extremely thrilled to be representing her country in her first...
  • It's A Gray Area: Make the most of life and smile

    As hard as it is to believe, the year 2012 is now upon us. And I am only just now about ready to face the Y2K problem! But with the sobering understanding that time will continue to fly by, I now ask you: Knowing what you know now, if you could have...
  • The Voters Speak: Comments On The UConn Play Of The Year

    Chris: All of these plays were amazing and were great choices, but I had to go with Kemba's shot during the Pitt game. I'm in the Pep Band, and seeing that shot courtside was unreal! Puneet: The Springer catch and Teggart's BCS clincher were great, but...
  • UConn Women Game 13: Nothing Lasts Forever

    UConn Women Game 13: Nothing Lasts Forever
    The UConn women headed to Stanford with their 90-game winning streak, a tremedous sense of satisfaction but a big disadvantage in the post. The Stefanie Dolson that UConn saw last December was not the player it would see later in the season. The December...
  • Anteaters step up

    LOS ANGELES — For the No. 2-ranked UC Irvine men's volleyball team, Saturday's Mountain Pacific Sports Federation showdown at No. 1-ranked UCLA was about serving notice. But the emphasis was clearly on serving. The visiting Anteaters (16-3, 12-3 in...
  • Your A to Z guide to March Madness

    Your A to Z guide to March Madness
    This is the time of the year when everyone can channel their inner Dick Vitale. Just make sure not to startle your co-workers if you start yelling, "Awesome, baby!" Everyone in the entire country, starting on Selection Sunday when the NCAA Tournament...
  • Stanford strives to keep winning tradition going

    Stanford doesn't have the tallest player in the women's game, or the most attention-grabbing. All it has, and has had for more than two decades, is a top-notch tradition and a program that just keeps winning. Stanford, the No. 1 seed in the Fresno...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Port Theater could reopen in April

    The Port Theater, which has been closed since 1998, could reopen in time for the 2012 Newport Beach Film Festival's opening in April. Dennis Baker told members of the Corona del Mar Residents Assn. board at a meeting on Thursday that a film festival...