The Washington Post, Oct. 4, 2017
Scientists mapping Greenland have produced some surprising – and worrying – results
The research … measures the depth and contours of the ocean floor both beneath liquid water in Greenland’s fjords and beneath ice in places where the ocean may someday flow. The work was led by Mathieu Morlighem of the University of California at Irvine, with no less than 31 other authors from institutions in the United States, Canada, Britain and across Europe.
VolleyMob, Oct. 5, 2017
“More grit & more heart”: Q&A with UC Irvine head coach Ashlie Hain
A former setter for the Anteaters, Ashlie Hain took over as UC Irvine’s head women’s volleyball coach in 2015. … VolleyMob caught up with Coach Hain before the team’s match against rival, Long Beach State, to get her thoughts about the team, the program and the future of volleyball at UC Irvine.
San Diego Magazine, Oct. 3, 2017
Inside San Diego Magazine Podcast: October Issue
Joining us is Dr. Sara Mednick, a San Diego-based associate professor of cognitive science at UC Irvine, who studies sleep. She tells us why we should all be napping and how to make the most of that quick shut-eye.
Artsy, Oct. 3, 2017
For Amanda Ross-Ho, Losing Her Studio Was a Creative Gain
Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho is that rare thing: a conceptual artist with a sense of humor. … I spoke with the artist about her latest installation, the influence of her family, and the upside of losing the lease on her long-time studio. …”I also started a new role as a professor at UC Irvine down in Orange County. So I’m married to this region, at least for now—and happily. The self-starting community here is incredibly active and inspiring.”
LA Weekly, Sept. 29, 2017
Your Guide to SoCal’s Biggest-Ever Latinx and Latin American Art Event (Part II)
University Art Galleries UC Irvine: “Aztlan to Magulandia: The Journey of Chicano Artist Gilbert ‘Magu’ Lujan”. Los Four co-founder Gilbert “Magu” Lujan — along with Carlos Almaraz, who has a retrospective on display at LACMA as part of PST: LA/LA — was one of the Chicano art movement’s most iconic figures, but this is the first survey of his work. (Lujan’s Hooray for Hollywood! mural, located at the Hollywood/Vine Red Line station, was name-dropped in our Best of Los Angeles issue last year.) The artist died in 2011.
Previously “In the News”