Month: April 2022

How to know if your N95 mask is counterfeit or real

Health, April 27, 2022

U.S. no longer in ‘full-blown’ pandemic phase, Fauci says

The Washington Post, April 27, 2022

Long COVID treatment: Will Paxlovid and other drugs be able to help?

Healthline, April 26, 2022

“Covid in Custody” premiere at UCI AND civic votes from the host

KUCI – “Ask a Leader”, April 26, 2022

Michael Méndez

UCI’s Michael Méndez is named a 2022 Andrew Carnegie Fellow

Assistant professor of urban planning and public policy is one of 28 recipients across US

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Elon Musk, Twitter and free speech

David Kaye discusses Musk’s buyout of the social media giant and human rights issues of online speech

Morning Brief: Coachella 2022, YIMBYs, and navigating puberty

LAist, April 25, 2022

Why doomscrolling really IS bad news: It was a term popularised during the Covid pandemic. Now experts warn of the dangers of an addiction to bleak coverage

Daily Mail, April 25, 2022

The Muriel Ansley Reynolds Exhibit Gallery at Langson Library is featuring a special exhibit titled “Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Places, Faces” through this fall. This shows the exhibit.

Exhibit explores O.C. in the 1940s

UCI Libraries’ curation team shares inspiration, intent behind displays

Jane Page

Play explores UCI’s PrisonPandemic project

‘COVID in Custody’ recounts campus efforts to expose unsafe conditions