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The invincible Class of 2021

They weathered an extraordinary year and have come out stronger.

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The write stuff

A writing workshop for student veterans offers an opportunity to tell their stories and connect with peers.

A new generation of storytellers emerges

How UCLA’s Center for EthnoCommunications brings Asian American perspectives to life.

Rivera-Chávez working in the lab alongside Cinthia Garcia

A push to inoculate against vaccine disparities

Fabian Rivera-Chávez is working to communicate the safety and life-saving importance of COVID-19 vaccination in underserved communities.

The mural “Education Through Struggle,” which is outside the Asian American Studies Center. Alumnus Darryl Mar and UCLA students painted it in 1995.

How much do you know about UC’s Asian American Pacific Islander community?

Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month is here! Find out how well you know UC’s artists, civic leaders and Nobel Prize winners by taking our quiz.

Megan McArthur portrait in NASA blues

One astronaut’s amazing Earth Day — getting ready to pilot a flight to the International Space Station

Alumna Megan McArthur to return to space as pilot of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 mission, set to launch Friday, April 23.

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UC San Diego approves new undergraduate degree in Black Diaspora and African American Studies

The new degree will not only enhance academic offerings but will foster collaborative study regarding the current experiences and histories of people of African descent.

Jackie Robinson signing autographs at a game

Did racism kill Jackie Robinson?

Jackie Robinson integrated Major League Baseball over 70 years ago, breaking down barriers for future generations. Now, scientists ask — did racism lead to Robinson's early death?

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'Another glass ceiling shattered'

Student Gina Schneider becomes a part of history as one of the first women in the U.S. to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout.

United States of Al stars

New sitcom produced by UC Riverside’s Reza Aslan brings humor and heart to assimilation

The new show follows a Marine combat veteran and a former interpreter as they adjust to life in America after life in Afghanistan.