UCI News

CBS Los Angeles, July 22, 2016
Teens take part in hands-on pre-med program
The program from UC Irvine gives high school students a chance to see if they want to pursue careers in medicine.

Orange County Register, July 25, 2016
The Rams are back and in Irvine: Here’s your guide to watch, get autographs and more
The Rams are back in Southern California and open training camp at UC Irvine this week. Fans can watch on days open to the public through Aug. 25.

Orange County Register, July 25, 2016
Rams training camp to open Tuesday with rookies reporting to UC Irvine
It’s back-to-school time for the Rams’ rookies, and the syllabus appears rather daunting. Just a few months after most of them left college, the Rams’ 27 rookies will move into UC Irvine campus housing Tuesday, then hit the field Wednesday for the first of their two practices before veterans arrive. … The Rams last camped at UC Irvine in August 1994.

Orange County Register, July 25, 2016
Boys don’t cry? Sure they do, and we need to embrace it
“Home should be a place of emotional honesty,” said Dr. Anju Hurria, a psychiatrist and clinical professor of psychiatry and human behavior at the University of California, Irvine. … “Boys don’t need to be ‘toughened up,’” Hurria said. “They want the same emotional relationships we have with girls. In fact, they need it.”

BBC, July 26, 2016
The mystery of why you can’t remember being a baby
We should be very wary about what we do recall from that time, though – our childhood is probably full of false memories for events that never occurred. Elizabeth Loftus, a psychologist at the University of California, Irvine, has devoted her career to the phenomenon. “People can pick up suggestions and begin to visualize them – they become like memories,” she says.

Orange County Register, July 25, 2016
Pokémon Go: These 8 places in Orange County have 367 PokéStops
UC Irvine has 78 PokéStops. The school is full of statues, plaques and buildings that serve as PokéStops – or maybe these ones should be called PokéZots.

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