Population growth, climate variations and urbanization have the potential to cause chronic water shortages in a growing number of regions worldwide.
Society & Community
Teens who are into texting, gaming and “geeking out” are not wasting their time, according to results from the most extensive U.S. study on young people and their use of digital media.
In a pre-election editorial, John Zogby, the political pollster with the reputation for pinpoint accuracy, predicted that the Nov. 4 vote would “usher in one of the few years of genuine reform.”
“Immigrant Lives in ‘The O.C.’ and Beyond,” a new exhibit at UC Irvine’s Langson Library, traces the history of immigration, showing how the county arrived at where it is today.
Globalization has arrived, and companies are looking for ways to retool growth strategies in the expanded business world.
UC Irvine’s 10th annual Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellows Series begins this month with political pollster John Zogby revealing why Americans voted as they did. Leading intellectuals in science and literature will round out the series in 2009.
UC Irvine is part of the largest earthquake preparedness drill in U.S. history – the Great Southern California ShakeOut – which takes place throughout the southland Thursday, Nov. 13.
All over the country, record numbers of voters are standing in lines to cast their votes in what many are calling the most historic election of our time.
Presidential candidates and political bloggers typically have a lot to say, but the subtext to their messages isn’t always clear.
Republican Sen. John McCain has staked his bid for the U.S. presidency on his reputation as a “political maverick,” a politician who is unafraid to cross party lines to “vote his conscience” on important policy issues.