Southern California Public Radio, March 9, 2016
Cities ask Sacramento: Where are the savings from Prop 47?
While crime rates have ticked upwards recently, there haven’t been any non-anecdotal evaluations attributing any uptick to Prop 47, professor of criminology at UC Irvine Charis Kubrin told AirTalk. Guests: … Charis Kubrin, … edited the findings of a recent study on realignment in the Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Science.
Marketplace, March 9, 2016
Street gangs turn to white collar crime
Ronald Huff is professor emeritus at UC Irvine and an expert on gangs. He said we shouldn’t be surprised gangs are evolving. Everyone’s tech-savvy today. “Gangs are a reflection in some ways of the larger society, so it would be naïve to think that gang members would not be acquiring these skills,” he said. In his view, the U.S. needs to play better defense than it has been.
CBC Radio, March 9, 2016
Talking philosophy: War and peace, Part 1
We all know that ‘war is hell’ but does this mean that peace − at any price − will do? Philosophers Michael Blake, Simone Chambers, Arthur Ripstein and IDEAS Executive Producer Greg Kelly grapple with the nature, the rules, and the challenges of war and peace, yesterday and today. … Simone Chambers is a professor of political science at the University of California, Irvine.
Los Angeles Times, March 9, 2016
Big West tournament is UC Irvine’s steppingstone to an NCAA return
Three victories and they repeat as Big West tournament champions and return to the NCAA tournament. Four victories and they get the NCAA upset that can transform their image from lovable underdogs to legitimate players on the national scene. “I think we’re close,” senior guard Alex Young said. “I think what will solidify us is if we win a tournament game. That’s the next step to getting over that hump and playing with anybody in the country.”
Daily Pilot, March 9, 2016
Young’s legacy at UCI impressive
Alex Young wears the wrong number. The UC Irvine senior point guard, who owns the school’s career assists record, it turns out, could not be any less concerned about numero uno. Even when discussing his propensity for generosity, the four-year starter distributes benevolence more easily than a two-hand chest pass.
Previously “In the News”