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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1985
Congratulations on your editorial (Feb. 3) concerning Dr. Stanley van den Noort, dean of the UC Irvine College of Medicine. Your conclusions are completely correct, and I would hope that the new chancellor, Jack W. Peltason, took the time to read your remarks. Van den Noort has been greatly admired and appreciated by all of the medical profession of Orange County, and he has been a patient advocate at all times. It will be impossible to replace the dean with someone who has such a great knowledge of his fellow man, anticipation of the future and conviction to fight for what he thinks is right.
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December 25, 1996 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although a recent audit found lax internal oversight of its billing practices, the dean of UC Irvine's medical school said Tuesday that reforms already in the works will ensure that the college collects all the money it is due. A two-year audit of procedures at four of the College of Medicine's 23 departments concluded that the school lacked a centralized system to determine if doctors bill correctly. The Dec.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1989
The plight of the poor and the necessity for medical research and education have come into horrible conflict in our county. Orange County and the state are relying on an institution whose primary purpose is to expand knowledge, teach physicians and improve health care for all of us. The UCI Medical Center cannot be expected to carry the burden of indigent health care. How tragic it would be if health care in Orange County deteriorated. How precarious our lives would become if our only Level 1 trauma center closed, our nationally recognized burn center shut its doors, our extraordinary neonatal intensive care facility no longer saved our children.
SPORTS
March 12, 1995 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UC Irvine must have left the fairy dust at the hotel. The magic that made the Anteaters the toast of the Big West tournament again this year was definitely missing Saturday night. The Anteaters misfired, sputtered and just plain came up empty against Nevada, 88-69, in the semifinals in front of 4,450 in the Thomas & Mack Center. It was as if the Anteaters, who were 5-1 in March under Coach Rod Baker, were back in the regular season when they failed to live up to expectations on a regular basis.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1993
There seems to be some confusion about the history and nature of sex discrimination at the UC Irvine College of Medicine. Young women are not under-recruited as students at the College of Medicine. In fact, because of the leadership of Stanley van den Noort, former dean of the medical school, women and men have been admitted as medical students on an equal basis and in roughly equal numbers since the early 1970s. That battle was fought--and won--20 years ago. But women have been--and continue to be--victims of persistent discrimination in faculty hiring and promotions at UCI, and specifically at the College of Medicine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1989 | JEAN DAVIDSON, Times Staff Writer
Paul Sypherd, former chairman of the department of microbiology at the UC Irvine College of Medicine, was named executive vice chancellor for research and dean of graduate studies of the university Friday. The appointment, which is subject to approval by the UC Board of Regents, was announced by Chancellor Jack W. Peltason and is to take effect May 19. Sypherd, 52, was the choice of a search committee that considered candidates at UCI and at other UC campuses. Sypherd will replace William Parker, who has held the post on an interim basis since the resignation last year of former vice chancellor Lewis Nosanow.
SPORTS
October 5, 1986
Richard Graves and Rod Curry led the UC Irvine men's cross-country team to a third-place finish in the 29-team Stanford Invitational at Palo Alto. The Anteaters had 99 points to finish behind winner North Carolina State (85) and Stanford (88). Graves covered the 10,000-meter course in 31:31.2 to finish 11th, and Curry was right behind him at 31:31.5. The UCI women's team, with 159 points, finished sixth. Beth McGrann finished 12th and Jill Harrington 21st for UCI.
SPORTS
November 5, 1989
Brad Silver scored a man-up goal with three seconds remaining in the match to give USC a 9-8 upset victory over UC Irvine, ranked second in the country, in a nonconference water polo match Saturday in Los Angeles. Tom Warde and Julian Harvey each scored four goals for UC Irvine, which dropped to 20-5 on the season. USC evened its record at 10-10.
SPORTS
April 22, 1993 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was senior night, after all, and there stood Coley Kyman, suffering alone. Last-place UC Irvine was hammering away at fourth-ranked Cal State Northridge and there was little Kyman, surrounded by a group of reserves, could do about it. Then the reinforcements arrived. First, Axel Hager, a senior outside hitter, checked in. Then senior Ken Lynch returned to the lineup. And, suddenly, Irvine started to look like Irvine again.
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January 5, 1993 | ROBYN NORWOOD
UC Irvine kept probing Houston on Monday, pushing and running and trying to see if another of this city's teams would cough up a game. The Oilers blew a 32-point lead to Buffalo on Sunday afternoon. Sunday night, the Rockets had a seven-point lead over Portland with one minute left--then lost in overtime. The Cougars beat Irvine, 86-78, before 2,770 at Hofheinz Pavilion, but not before seeing leads of 15 points during the first half and 12 during the second whittled down.
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December 23, 1993 | PETER BARZILAI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State Dominguez Hills men's and women's soccer Coach Marine Cano leads a list of six finalists selected by a UC Irvine search committee designed to find a new director of soccer and head women's coach. According to Irvine Athletic Director Dan Guerrero, an appointment to the dual post is expected to be made "later this week or early next week" after background checks of the candidates.
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April 22, 1993 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was senior night, after all, and there stood Coley Kyman, suffering alone. Last-place UC Irvine was hammering away at fourth-ranked Cal State Northridge and there was little Kyman, surrounded by a group of reserves, could do about it. Then the reinforcements arrived. First, Axel Hager, a senior outside hitter, checked in. Then senior Ken Lynch returned to the lineup. And, suddenly, Irvine started to look like Irvine again.
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January 29, 1993 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UC Irvine, a team on its way from being labeled as underachieving to plain bad, lost its eighth consecutive game Thursday night, falling to Pacific, 68-62, before a season-low crowd of 1,890 in Irvine's Bren Center. The Anteaters are 2-11 and winless in the Big West Conference. Four of their losses are to top 25 teams and seven were by five or fewer points. But losing the close games time after time eventually ceases to be a commendation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1993
There seems to be some confusion about the history and nature of sex discrimination at the UC Irvine College of Medicine. Young women are not under-recruited as students at the College of Medicine. In fact, because of the leadership of Stanley van den Noort, former dean of the medical school, women and men have been admitted as medical students on an equal basis and in roughly equal numbers since the early 1970s. That battle was fought--and won--20 years ago. But women have been--and continue to be--victims of persistent discrimination in faculty hiring and promotions at UCI, and specifically at the College of Medicine.
SPORTS
January 5, 1993 | ROBYN NORWOOD
UC Irvine kept probing Houston on Monday, pushing and running and trying to see if another of this city's teams would cough up a game. The Oilers blew a 32-point lead to Buffalo on Sunday afternoon. Sunday night, the Rockets had a seven-point lead over Portland with one minute left--then lost in overtime. The Cougars beat Irvine, 86-78, before 2,770 at Hofheinz Pavilion, but not before seeing leads of 15 points during the first half and 12 during the second whittled down.
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April 9, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rod Baker, a Seton Hall assistant coach and former head coach at Tufts University, has accepted an offer to become UC Irvine's next men's basketball coach, sources said Monday. Arrangements were made for Baker to fly to Southern California Monday night, but no news conference had been announced, the sources said. Baker, 39, has been an assistant to Seton Hall Coach P.J. Carlesimo since 1988.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1996 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although a recent audit found lax internal oversight of its billing practices, the dean of UC Irvine's medical school said Tuesday that reforms already in the works will ensure that the college collects all the money it is due. A two-year audit of procedures at four of the College of Medicine's 23 departments concluded that the school lacked a centralized system to determine if doctors bill correctly. The Dec.
SPORTS
February 14, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bill Mulligan, his enthusiasm for coaching dimmed after three consecutive losing seasons, announced his resignation as UC Irvine's basketball coach Wednesday, saying he "just didn't want to be part of it anymore." Mulligan, Irvine's coach the past 11 seasons and a college coach for 14 more at Riverside City College and Saddleback College, had only one losing season before 1989, when Irvine posted the first of three in a row. "It's a great life except when you lose," Mulligan said.
SPORTS
February 1, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There was one word Fresno State's Dave Barnett kept uttering in almost every huddle: Payback. UC Irvine beat Fresno State by 23 points in their first meeting this season, and the Anteaters did it with a bundle of three-pointers. The Bulldogs returned the favor Thursday in Selland Arena with an 88-75 Big West Conference victory in front of 9,714, extending Irvine's record in Fresno to 1-14.
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