A writing workshop for student veterans offers an opportunity to tell their stories and connect with peers.
How did we become obsessed with thinness? It has to do with race, says sociologist Sabrina Strings.
Thirty academics across UC, including Jennifer Doudna and Nobel Prize-winner Elizabeth Blackburn, will halt editorial duties until a deal is reached.
UC’s leading literary lights give us ideas for a holiday read.
UC San Diego has a long history of researching and teaching American Sign Language.
Four alums and one professor earn prestigious fellowships to continue their creative work.
Standing outside the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, as hundreds of people streamed inside on Sunday (Nov. 13), Rachel Teagle talked — and teared up — not about the grand opening ceremony that had just occurred at noon, but about what had happened the night before.
The museum hosted an overnight party for students — and 2,000 showed up. “They didn’t just come for the party,” said Teagle, who has shepherded the project since her hiring as the museum’s founding director four years ago. “They were here to see the art.”
Lack of diversity in Academy Award nominations is a pattern, say researchers at UCLA's Bunche Center, which tracks the entertainment industry.
A crater on the moon is now named for the Black Arctic explorer, whose achievements were played down in his lifetime.
UC Davis opens its doors to exciting new work as it launches the most extensive artist residency program of its kind in the United States.
The third-year student, born in Afghanistan in September 2001, has seen a lifetime of struggle in her home country but still expects her generation to persevere.
Nia Imara and her collaborators have created new, 3D-printed models that provide a deeper understanding of distant star formations.