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Study abroad puts UC student on the map

Angelique Kennedy-Chavannes, a recent graduate of the Creative Writing program in the College of Arts and Sciences, has lived a well-traveled life—one that landed her an editing position for Fodor’s, the well-known purveyor of travel guides.

Tips on staying safe during your Thanksgiving holiday amid the COVID...

USC Student Health’s Sarah Van Orman and Deona Willes of USC Environmental Health and Safety offer these thoughts on safety enjoying the upcoming holidays:

UC student will perform in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Floats, music, entertainment — who doesn’t love a parade? And America’s largest, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, is gearing up for another incredible run.

Undergraduate quantum science research fellowship launches

The Open Quantum Initiative (OQI), a working group of students, researchers, educators, and leaders across the Chicago Quantum Exchange (CQE)...

Paul Muldoon has collaborated with Paul McCartney on one of the...

In 2015, Robert Weil, the editor-in-chief of W.W. Norton/Liveright, invited Paul Muldoon to a performance of Verdi’s “Don Carlos” at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. During each entr’acte...

Weizmann Institute of Science joins Giant Magellan Telescope, a top priority...

Renowned research institution will advance the world’s most powerful telescope, strengthening international desire to see farther into space with more detail than ever before.

The Vast Little Library Inside of Your Cells

The human genome can be thought of as a massive library, containing over 20,000 different "instruction manuals": your genes.

Stanford economist Guido Imbens wins Nobel in economic sciences

Stanford economist Guido W. Imbens was awarded the Nobel Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences today for his work in econometrics and statistics.

Stanford offers novel hybrid college courses to high schoolers to expand...

A new university office joins with the National Education Equity Lab to deliver dual-credit Stanford courses to underserved students nationwide.

Researchers link NBA playing style to knee injury

Basketball players who weave through defense to shoot the basket face a higher risk of tears in the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), but after repair return to the same level of play.
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