How a natural wonder revolutionized DNA science and started a bioprospecting boom.
Insights from 50 years studying the complex society of “Darwin’s monkey.”
Whether they use tree branches and backyard dirt or bright pink neon and sparkling glitter, alumni artists find the medium that captures their mode of expression.
As wildfires get worse, campus tech and talent aid in the fight.
A look at original UC San Diego campus plans.
How Barbara Rae-Venter ’72, PhD ’76, used genetic genealogy to track down the Golden State Killer.
How a 1960s summer camp created a disability revolution and Netflix documentary.
How Bobby Kim ’00 wrote the book on streetwear–for real.
Where others see cobwebs, David Breslauer ’05 sees a more sustainable apparel industry.
How Third College brought social justice to the forefront.
Much more than food, murals and music–how a hut in the woods became a place to protect.
The life and legacy of Herbert Marcuse.
The day everything changed–on campus, and in the lives of those who were here.
UC San Diego’s newest resource center recognizes and raises awareness of the Native American experience.
The LGBT Resource Center has been creating community for 20 years.