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    By Dianne Anderson Cancer survivors, numbering about 37 million in America, know the drill of what cancer patients are still learning – that diet, exercise, proper nutrition, and the right attitude are essential from the first diagnosis to disease-free. Sonya Adams started her journey five years ago of celebrating cancer survivors after retiring from her ...
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    Distinguished legal scholar and teacher L. Song Richardson is the new dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law, becoming the only woman of color to serve in this role among U.S. News & World Report’s top 30 law schools. “Song Richardson is a brilliant scholar and inspirational leader, and we are excited that ...
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    By Megan Cole/UCI Despite almost a decade in the gaming industry, UCI computer science professor Magda El Zarki has never worked on anything quite like “Sankofa.” The recently completed computer game – created by El Zarki and a colleague, UCI history professor Patricia Seed – follows a young protagonist navigating an unconventional environment for the ...
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    By Dianne Anderson It usually comes as no surprise to most in the Black community that hate crimes are often white on Black crimes. At last count nationally, the FBI reports hate crime is up over 6%, again with African Americans taking the brunt of victimization, followed by the Muslim community. The FBI reports that ...