Orange County, for the first time in 80 years, has more voters registered as Democrat than Republican.
Mail-in ballots will be cast in unprecedented numbers in the upcoming election largely due to safety concerns surrounding COVID-19.
Students at University High School have varying perspectives on Proposition 16, one of 13 referendums to appear on the statewide ballot, which would strike down the prohibition of discrimination in public universities and other public employment established by a previous proposition.
The 2020 Census will accept responses online and through phone calls in addition to the mail format used in the 2010 Census for the first time in history.
Four candidates are running for Irvine mayor in the upcoming general election on November 3, including incumbent mayor Christina Shea, city councilwoman Farrah Khan, political columnist Katherine Daigle, and small business owner Luis Huang.
UC schools have gone test blind, or will not consider ACT or SAT scores, for college admissions. The decision came about after a judge sided with attorneys representing disabled students
As of 8pm September 18, 2513 people across the school district have added their names in support of a document titled “Statement on Reopening Schools” that expressed concerns about IUSD’s hybrid model, ranging from teachers, parents, alumni, students, and community members.
Twenty seniors from UHS are among the nation’s 16,000 National Merit Scholarship (NMS) semifinalists, earning them a chance to receive a $2,500 scholarship.
Amidst distance learning, clubs will continue to remain active and hold their meetings virtually.
Fall semester events, including the homecoming dance and football games, will be delayed or canceled due to the uncertainty of whether such large events can take place safely.