Top Irvine news: UC student tests negative for coronavirus exposure; classes suspended; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Irvine.

UC Irvine student tested for coronavirus exposure tests negative

UC Irvine officials said Tuesday that "a member of our campus community," who was tested at the Student Health Center for possibly contracting the coronavirus and was under quarantine off-campus while awaiting test results from the county, has tested negative for the virus.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

SoCal universities suspend in-person classes due to coronavirus concerns

Universities across Southern California have announced they will begin suspending all in-person classes amid growing coronavirus concerns.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

"Interior Chinatown" author Charles Yu reflects on the Asian American experience and living in Irvine

Willis Wu has always dreamed of becoming a star.

Read the full story on Daily Pilot.

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