Chalk Repertory Theatre’s “In Case of Emergency” will be performed at this weekend’s Without Walls Festival.
The Spanos family provides new support for student athletes.
Poet and playwright Paul S. Flores chronicles the narratives of the Latino community.
An empowered approach to end female genital cutting.
UC San Diego now boasts two actors on the hit Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black.” Now, Triton brings them back together.
The New York Times has named the UC San Diego the nation’s No. 4 school in its College Access Index, measuring which colleges and universities do the most for low-income students.
As the School of Global Policy & Strategy’s 2015 Alumni of the Year, Scott Park, ’90, imparts words of wisdom for a successful career.
For the School of Global Policy and Strategy — formerly the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies — it’s an updated focus, and a lot fewer syllables.
Graduates who join Teach For America commit to teaching for at least two years in under-resourced schools and become lifelong leaders in the pursuit of educational equity.
Dinner set in iconic Geisel Library building benefits UC San Diego Library’s greatest needs
Season runs September 2015 through May 2016 with special opportunities for audiences to engage with the arts in San Diego.
A visit with Dana Springs, ERC ’95, the bridge between art and government.
Joshua Brody, M.F.A. ’13, will apply his honorarium toward a 12-month apprenticeship at La Jolla Playhouse.
The Division of Arts and Humanities at the University of California, San Diego announces the appointment of Tony-nominated set designer Robert Brill as the newest faculty member in the top-ranked Department of Theatre and Dance.