By Janet Wilson In , the campus of the future rose from a muddy cattle ranch south of Los Angeles. Tuition for students from the Golden State? By Strategic Communications Staff It was a year of birthdays. Of new starts … and looking back. Of exceptional achievements.
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How often do the Homecoming king and queen actually get married? Maybe in the movies, but in real life? That would come three years later. Eventually they married surrounded by many fellow Anteaters. In fact, Jeff worked as a CHP advisor for three years after graduation. In between her studies, Emily found time to create the UTeach program on campus where undergraduates could develop and teach their own seminar classes. Jeff was a campus rep for three years and a resident advisor his junior and senior years for Arroyo and Loma in Mesa Court.
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Irvine, Calif. In a new study , University of California, Irvine researchers explain the molecular mechanisms that make them work. Published today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences PNAS , the study illustrates how many of the known traditional botanical plants used to lower blood pressure activate a specific potassium channel KCNQ5 in blood vessels. When activated, KCNQ5 relaxes blood vessels, making it a logical mechanism for at least part of the hypotensive actions of certain botanical folk medicines.