Arts

Dr. Seuss illustration

Dr. Seuss donation? A cause for celebration!

Trove of archived works, donated to the UC San Diego Library, may find their way into new books to delight Dr. Seuss' legion of fans.
Bunche Hall

In the footsteps of Ansel Adams

Revisit locales for the iconic photographer's 'Fiat Lux' images, and see how UCLA has changed over a half century.

If it ain’t Baroque, don’t fix it

Four decades ago, music professor Linda Burman-Hall founded the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival. It's still going strong today.
Micah Perks

Professor’s e-book featured on startup site for women

Micah Perks' memoir, 'Alone in the Woods,' explores women and the wilderness.

Intellectual migration from fascist Europe to Berkeley

Exhibition at the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life traces the journeys of artists, writers and scholars who eventually made their way to safety and intellectual prominence at UC Berkeley.

Center marks half century as hub for medieval and Renaissance scholars

Center for Medieval Renaissance Studies innovates with inclusion of scholars from wide-ranging disciplines and farflung cultures beyond a Eurocentric focus.
movie theater

Oscar bait or pandering to the audience?

Researchers reveal the logic behind the tough decisions studios make about what films to make.
Golden Globe winners

Alumni glow in TV spotlight

Andy Samberg, Cary Fukunaga bring home Golden Globes for TV work.
Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles mayor

Assignment: assembling a portrait of L.A.

City project allows photographer to take an unorthodox view of Los Angeles.
Georges Van Den Abbeele

New humanities dean brings eclectic background to the job

Georges Van Den Abbeele, a polyglot and digital champion with roots on two continents, truly is a citizen of the world.

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