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Confronting pervasive segregation

New report on status of Black students urges incoming Biden administration to confront pervasive segregation.

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Survey finds strain among high school seniors in pandemic uncertainty

New research details the high level of uncertainty and financial stress experienced by California high school seniors weighing college during a pandemic.

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Apply to be the next student regent

The University of California Board of Regents is searching for the 2022-23 student regent to serve on UC’s governing body.

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UC Irvine-led study profiles undocumented students’ experiences in state public universities

A first-of-its-kind, multicampus report provides deep insights into successes and struggles in California.

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The UCDC experience reimagined from your computer

They're not physically in Washington, D.C., but the undergraduates in the University of California Washington Program are still experiencing the benefits and networks of Capitol Hill life.

Mahtab Jafari

UC Irvine professor’s life skills course is expanded to all 10 UC campuses

Life 101 teaches students self-care, healthy habits and how to manage stress.

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UC San Diego turns 60

What began as a brand new UC campus situated on the coast of La Jolla has evolved into one of the top 20 research universities in the world.

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Honoring 102-year-old WWII vet, professor emeritus

UC Davis Hospice hosts a virtual ceremony honoring the life and heroics of 2nd Lt. Milton Hildebrand, now in their care.

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How the pandemic demonstrates veterans’ resiliency

A timely Q&A with Tess Banko, Marine Corps veteran and executive director of the UCLA/VA Veteran Family Wellness Center.

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Veterans’ voices

UC Irvine is the nation’s only top research university to offer a certificate program to those who’ve served in the military.