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UC Merced student rangers welcome Obama family to Yosemite

For many UC Merced students, visiting Yosemite is a relaxing way to spend a weekend. But for several UC Merced students, a recent weekend was extremely hectic and a little nerve-racking — but full

UC statement on U.S. Supreme Court decision in Fisher v. University of Texas case

While it is good news on a critical issue for the country, the decision does not directly impact UC due to Proposition 209.

Stars, whales and other wonders: Visiting UC Santa Cruz in summer

Now that summer’s here, you’re probably thinking about fun things to do on weekends. Just a short drive away, the city of Santa Cruz beckons with its boardwalk, beaches and redwoods.     But did you know

UC experts: 6 things you need to know about the new food labels

The iconic black-and-white Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods in the U.S. is getting its first makeover in two decades. The federal government’s decision last month to update the food label means that for the

Wendy Powers named associate vice president of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR)

Powers has been a Michigan State University professor in the departments of Animal Science and Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering since 2006.

Free workshops can help you with investing, budgeting and retirement planning

Have an hour to hear some helpful advice about personal finances? Check out the third quarter schedule of free financial workshops.

Mail changes coming to Franklin building on July 5

To increase efficiency, mail drops will be centralized to two locations per floor.