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.
An icon for every revolution.
The DNA of living dangerously.
The nature of higher education is to create spaces for resistance and for people to redefine themselves and the world they want to live in ... that's why universities exist: to allow people to think freely, to allow people to redefine and shift culture. — Becky Petitt, UC San Diego vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion, in the San Diego Union Tribune, regarding the university's use of the term "Latinx," a gender-inclusive way to describe people of Latin-American descent.
How Groundwork Books led co-op culture.
A look back at 50 years of change and progress at UC San Diego.
Angela Davis, MA ’69 inspired generations of students to seek change.
Keith Stowe, MS ’67, PhD ’71 shares a powerful memory with Triton magazine.
UC San Diego’s six Campus Community Centers are as hard-fought as they are heartfelt.
The Black Resource Center is a formal space to cultivate community.
Raza Resource Centro brings resources, community and a place of belonging under one roof.