August 13, 2019
Jefferson Public Radio interviewed Professor of Art Ken Gonzales-Day about a reported 1947 lynching in California’s Siskiyou County.
August 12, 2019
Associate Professor of Chicana/o Latina/o Studies Martha Gonzalez spoke to NPR about the resonance of Juan Gabriel’s song “Amor Eterno” after the El Paso shooting.
August 9, 2019
Evie Kaufman ’20 spends her days poring over blueprints, studying architects, and considering how the built environment—the human-made spaces in which people live, work, and recreate—influences individuals and communities.
August 6, 2019
Sophie Perry '22, an environmental science major, was featured in the MV Times for her work at Morning Glory Farm.
August 5, 2019
For Sabrina Wu ’20, reproductive healthcare is about more than just medicine—it’s a chance “to support each woman’s journey.”
July 30, 2019
For Madeline Moore ’22 and Olivia Gleason ’21, their summer internships in the office of Congressman Alan Lowenthal (D-CA 47th District) is a chance to learn about how public policy and legislation can improve the lives of all.
July 26, 2019
Maddie Moore ’22, who is interning on Capitol Hill, introduced the NPR Politics Podcast’s latest episode on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress.
July 25, 2019
Ali Bush ’19 is the most recent recipient of the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Charitable Foundation Scholarship.
July 22, 2019
Scientists have several ways of peering inside the human body. The bluntest tool is the X-ray, followed by MRI. These technologies are highly effective, but they are limited in their application. In order to see the more minute aspects of an organism, like individual cells, more sophisticated tools are needed.
July 9, 2019
Forbes highlighted Elizabeth Turk ’83’s exhibition The Tipping Point Project, on display at the Catalina Island Museum through March 2020.