Day: August 29, 2002

Mixing it up

A chance meeting, a few martinis and some ‘damn good science’ may get MS/spinal cord injury patients up and about

Projection of hope

Researchers show how existing therapies may be used to treat the debilitating effects of Huntington’s disease

Mixed blessing

Despite his ambivalence about how it’s being marketed, the co-creator of the Lyme disease vaccine sees exciting possibilities in the unique way it works

Diverse expressions

New chair inspires artists to rethink preconceptions

Inspired stories

Alumna, writer/educator

Lord of the dance

At 70, professor, choreographer and artistic mentor Donald McKayle is not missing a beat

Making choices

Robert Cohen combines professional skill with scholarly achievement

Somehow, he makes it work

For a guy who gets little screen time and unlikable roles, Jon Lovitz leaves a big impression spiked with sympathy

State of the arts

Recently expanded to five states, UCI ArtsBridge brings kids ‘many souls and many generations’

True to his words

Alumnus Glenn Schaeffer raises the stakes in world literature