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May 30, 2020

As the SPACEX Crew Dragon spacecraft left Earth today to ferry two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station, many Bobcats were watching the live stream with keen anticipation. It’s not just that the flight marks the first time a commercial aerospace company will carry humans...
The Whiffenpoofs, Yale University’s world-famous a cappella singing group, will make history when it performs this fall at the University of California, Merced. It will be the group’s first visit to the San Joaquin Valley, and their first performance at...
Men's basketball team travels to face two-time WCC champion Santa Clara on Nov. 11; Women's volleyball to host first UC Merced home contest in any sport on Sept. 22 Quick Facts UC Merced released 2011-12 schedules for men's basketball and women's...
Dulcemaria Anaya once vowed to represent her UC Merced class as the student speaker at commencement. Anaya, a world history major from Merced, was an incoming freshman when she made the promise to her mother and herself. Over the past four years, she...
When it comes to management and preservation of public lands, park leaders have a simple choice: Be proactive or reactive. And that decision isn't easy. Park leaders are faced with issues like climate change, habitat loss, encroachment into parks and...
Research Week, the annual celebration of faculty and student research at the University of California, Merced, returns this month with a student research poster competition and a number of lectures and symposia. Research Week's traditional mainstay...
Now in its second year, UC Merced’s student-run Earth Week celebration is growing and evolving. Organized by junior Diana Franklin — the Associated Students of UC Merced’s Commissioner of Sustainability — the five-day fete will begin with a kickoff event...
Cruz Reynoso, who has spent his life fighting for immigrants' rights, will be the 2011 recipient of UC Merced's Alice and Clifford Spendlove Prize in Social Justice, Diplomacy and Tolerance Quick Facts Cruz Reynoso, a former California Supreme Court...
From California's Sierra foothills to Sweden's Tyresta forest, the problems facing the world's national parks and reserved lands are immense and require a new way of thinking. Park leaders from across the globe are being brought together in April for an...
It was 2003, a full two years before the UC Merced campus began its first academic year, when the seeds were first planted for what would become the Frontiers of Science and Technology lecture series. Founding faculty member Christopher Viney helped...

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