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  • New Orange security director oversaw campus police expansion

     
    Orange schools have hired a new director of school safety and security, a position that will be at the heart of the district's response to Orange County mayors and police chiefs, who have been pushing for a larger role in school security planning over the...
  • Perfect timing for Oregon feces to hit fan

     
    Everyone walking into the Philadelphia Eagles' NovaCare Complex on Tuesday was hit with a blast of fertilizer fumes, presumably due to the grounds crew doing some extensive landscaping all around the premises. But you had to wonder if some of......
  • Field Museum to cut staff and research, refocus mission

    Field Museum to cut staff and research, refocus mission
    Battered by the recession and a high debt load, the Field Museum on Tuesday announced plans to cut staff, overhaul its operations and limit the scope of its research. A comprehensive plan being drawn up by museum officials also could include changes to...
  • Adler Planetarium names Michelle Larson new president

    Adler Planetarium names Michelle Larson new president
    Michelle Larson's faculty page at Utah State University displays a picture of her cozying up to a bust of Albert Einstein. Lego Albert Einstein. That combination, science with a populist face, is a pretty fair summation of what she'll have to bring...
  • Robert Joseph Hayes

    Robert Joseph Hayes
    Robert Joseph Hayes October 30th 1918 – April 3rd 2013 Robert was born to Dr. and Mrs. James Cresap Hayes in Portland, Oregon. Bob, as he was called by family and friends, was the fifth of eight Hayes children.  Bob's father James was a strong and...
  • PASSINGS: Loren Miller Jr., Boris Chertok

    PASSINGS: Loren Miller Jr., Boris Chertok
    Loren Miller Jr. Longtime Superior Court judge Retired Superior Court Judge Loren Miller Jr., 74, the second of three generations of his family to serve on the bench in California, died Dec. 5 of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary...
  • 3 Ways to Slim Down for Summer

     
    The dreaded bathing suit season is upon us. I don't know about you, but bathing suits make me think of one thing: my muffin top, and not the edible kind. If you have a muffin top of your own that you wish to lose, use these tricks. Sleep when it’s.....
  • Getty gets NEH grant to organize huge contemporary art archive

     
    The Getty Research Institute has received a $230,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to help it organize a huge archive on modern and contemporary art that it acquired last summer. The NEH announced $17 million in grants, including $1.4...
  • Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards

    Costa Mesa High School Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards MANDY NGUYEN GPA: 4.28 School Activities/Clubs: National Honor Society, California Scholarship Federation, ROP Emergency Medical Responder, ZOE academy Community: Mesa Verde Library, Heart...
  • U.S. Surgeon General holds town hall at UW to hear anti-smoking ideas

    U.S. Surgeon General holds town hall at UW to hear anti-smoking ideas
    U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin held a town hall meeting Thursday at the University of Washington to discuss with young adults from the Pacific Northwest how best to prevent smoking among the young. “It’s hard,” Benjamin told...
  • Longtime UCI faculty member named interim provost

    Longtime UCI faculty member named interim provost
    Administrator Susan V. Bryant has been named the interim executive vice chancellor and provost at UC Irvine. Bryant, a biologist, will replace Michael R. Gottfredson, who is leaving to assume the position of president of the University of Oregon on Aug....
  • Body scanners being put to creative uses

    Body scanners being put to  creative uses
    — If Doug McMakin's latest experiment is successful, it's going to save travelers some time and hassle at the airport someday soon. They won't have to take off their shoes when they go through security, because a scanner will examine their feet and...