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After much reminiscing and toasting at the end of Wednesday night’s President’s Dinner, members of the Class of 2018 weren’t ready to retire just yet. So, in keeping with a longstanding College custom, they made their way to Ventura’s Buena Lanes — joined by several members of the faculty and Head Chaplain Rev. Paul Raftery, O.P. — for some late night bowling. Photos are available in the slideshow below: [slideshow = Senior Bowling 2018]

Note: Each year the president of Thomas Aquinas College hosts a dinner on the Wednesday before Commencement as an opportunity for members of the faculty and staff to bid farewell to the graduating class. Below are text and audio of President Michael F. McLean’s remarks and a photographic slideshow from this year’s dinner.

The soon-to-be graduates met up at lunchtime in St. Joseph’s Commons, where they proudly announced to the underclassmen their accomplishments — measured in t...

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Tesla on Thursday recalled about 123,000 Model S sedans, asking customers with cars built before April of 2016 to have their power steering bolts replaced.
A Tesla spokesperson said the company has observed "excessive corrosion" of the part in some cold climates where a certain type of road salt is used.

In Newport Beach, the "Big One" might be an earthquake, or the tsunami that follows one
Tsunami and emergency response experts at a Newport workshop last week offered tips on how to avoid the devastation of the quake-triggered waves.
The keys, they said, are preparedness and recognition.
A large swath of Newport Beach sits below 32-foot elevation, the most at-risk "run-up area." A city map shows the Balboa Peninsula, the harbor islands, the Corona del Mar beaches and much of the area along…

President Donald Trump released his long-awaited infrastructure plan last month, which calls for $200 billion in federal spending and hopes to encourage over $1.5 trillion in new infrastructure inv…