Clarifying Health Insurance Options AND A Race to a New Where

Didier Moujaes, certified financial planner and health insurance broker, talks about the choices available during this current health insurance enrollment period. He can be reached for more information at: 1-800-889-1910 ext. 2 or Director of the film “The Race to Nowhere,” Vicki Abeles joins University High School Assistant Principal Michael Georgino, to talk about the insidious and pervasive culture of over achievement among the nation’s youth. The recent revelation of the struggle within the UC system to meet the increased demand for psychotherapists is a warning that families and schools need to address the need for more balance in children’s lives. provides forums, updates, and new products that address this phenomenon.
Health Insurance Options AND The Race to a New Where

Honoring UCI’s Veterans

The whole hour is devoted to the in studio appearances of Navy veteran Gabrielle Cobos and Marine Corps veteran David Kok in commemoration of today’s holiday. Both enrolled at UCI’s School of Engineering, Gabby is working toward her B.S. degree; David is enrolled as a 1st year Ph.D. candidate. 11/13/14 is a veteran panel at UCI’s Student Center. On 11/19/14 at the School of Engineering, David Kok will be presenting paid internship opportunities for veterans at Engineering Tower Rm. 331. More information about events and resources for veterans are available at: or 949-824-8045. The Veteran Center at UCI is located at the Student Center complex at G303.

Honoring UCI’s Veterans

Ask A Voter 2014

Stellar guests cover this Ask A Voter 2014 edition of the program. UCI Political Scientist Louis DeSipio analyses national political trends afoot this year including: gerrymandering outcomes in places like Austin, TX; campaign finance minus the oversight of 501(C)4 organizations; and what messages voters bring to this year’s process. Voters weighing with their voting histories and reasons for voting today include: UCI History Professor Vicki Ruiz, 48th Congressional District Candidate Suzanne Savary, and Madison, WI resident and water quality program manager Sue Jones.