UC Irvine sociologist Cynthia Feliciano

Internet love not colorblind, study says

UCI study of online daters shows race-based preferences prevail, especially among whites.

A child doing homework

Landmark children’s study kicks off

The National Children’s Study will begin recruiting future Orange County mothers for the largest and most comprehensive long-term study ever conducted in the United States on child development and health. UC Irvine researchers will lead the effort.

Shih Chieh Huang's EX-I-09 exhibit

Mechanical sculpture

Artist transforms electrical detritus into imaginary, evolving organisms in current Beall Center exhibit.

Student groups go for the green

UC Irvine students want to foster a sustainable culture that moves beyond hemp bags and energy-efficient light bulbs.

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox

Vicente Fox talks democracy, Mexico

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox discussed the future of democracy in Mexico and Latin America April 8 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre.

Candice Odgers

Researcher asks teens: r u drinking?

Psychology and social behavior researcher Candice Odgers uses text messaging to study substance use and exposure among kids.

pet therapy at UC Irvine Medical Center

New approach to cancer prevention, care

Increasingly, cancer patients supplement traditional treatments with alternative therapies such as herbs, diet and acupuncture. Unconventional approaches to prevention have gained in popularity, too. But do they work?

Picture frames

Undergraduate art provokes thought

UC Irvine undergraduate students use art to pose some sticky life questions in ‘Provocations,’ on exhibit through April 17.

Vicente Fox talks democracy, Mexico at UCI

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox will discuss the future of democracy in Latin America April 8.

Literary Orange

Literary Orange to draw book lovers to UCI

Third annual Literary Orange brings writers and readers together April 4 for a daylong celebration of literature.