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The UC Irvine student council request for the university to withdraw investments in firms that contribute to settlement construction in the disputed territories of the West Bank is another in a long line of misguided and divisive actions that do nothing...
"The Feast" At the White House correspondents' dinner a couple of years ago, Seth Meyers mocked the inability of Congress to work together by saying, "Do you know what the rest of America calls sitting next to someone with wildly different political...
Staff writerRocker Joan Jett was at Sublime restaurant in Fort Lauderdale Sunday night to accept an award from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. She was presente the award by Iggy Popp. Jett also revealed her new PETA ad campaign in which she gazes at...
Tags: Joan Jett, Fort Lauderdale, Vegetarian Diet
Los Angeles TimesOn behalf of the animal rights group PETA, an Irvine woman is asking the city to erect a memorial at the street corner where 1,600 pounds of fish died this month when a container truck crashed into two other vehicles. Dina Kourda, a volunteer with People...
Tags: Human Interest
I'm usually reading four or five books at a time. At the moment, I'm in the middle of Husain Haddawy's enchanting translation of “The Arabian Nights” (forget Cervantes and Sterne — this is where postmodernism begins); Jean-Luc Marion's...
At the urging of a nationwide animal rights group, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District will end in-classroom cat dissections at its high schools. Only Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor High School were still using cat corpses in its anatomy lessons,...
A few weeks ago, I wrote a specially commissioned article for a beef industry organization on the Center for Food Integrity's Animal Care Review Panel, which evaluates undercover videos of alleged animal abuse on U.S. farms. The panel consists of a...
The University of Connecticut has what you might call a really ugly history when it comes to animal cruelty in research studies. In 2002, the university paid $129,500 to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for repeated animal welfare violations on its...
For the second time in five years, the University of Connecticut Health Center has been hit with more federal fines for violating animal welfare laws in laboratories. This time around the health center paid $12,429 for being cruel to rabbits. In 2007, ...
Some University of Connecticut folks are all whipped up over their chances to be picked as one of PETA's "Most Vegan-Friendly Colleges" this year. "There are vegan meals galore at UConn, including vegan ravioli caprese, vegan chicken pot pie, sweet-and-...
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