UC Irvine fashionista Aditi Mayer

Aditi Mayer: The future of ethical fashion

The fourth-year undergrad leverages social media to shake up the fashion status quo.

Dalena Ngo after Prince conference

Grad student's passion for Prince fuels research

Dig if you will, a picture: the chance to study the legendary musician as a subject of academic research.

Frances McDormand at UCSF

Frances McDormand headlines performance that sparks dialogue on sudden death

Thousands of years after its first performance, Sophocles’ ‘Ajax’ remains a source of catharsis, the UCSF community finds.

humanities in prison UC Santa Barbara

‘A space of freedom’

A unique correspondence course brings study of the humanities to incarcerated adults.

Chang and Eng Bunker UC Santa Barbara

A singular story

A new book reveals the extraordinary history of famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng Bunker.

UC Santa Barbara robot hero

The singing robot (and what it tells us about ourselves)

Hannah Wolfe wants to make us more comfortable with the robots that are increasingly part of our lives.

Muir shelter

Uncovering the mystery of John Muir’s Sierra Nevada hut

A remarkable hike sent Doug Harnsberger on a quest to make the shelter become a National Historic Landmark.

Joe Sasto pasta UC Davis

‘Top Chef’ finalist got his start at campus cafe

From student coffeehouse cook to masterly ‘cheftestant’, Joe Sasto is a rising star.

UCLA Black Panther

‘Black Panther’ success amplifies findings of UCLA’s Hollywood Diversity Report

A Hollywood myth says movies with racial diversity don't make money; this year's report tells a much different story.

Henry Kelly UCLA

Giving the devil his due

In a new book, biblical scholar Henry Kelly says the devil is not who you think he is.

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