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UCSF researchers find evidence that sugar industry distorted heart disease research

A newly discovered cache of industry documents revealed that the sugar industry began working closely with nutrition scientists in the mid-1960s to single out fat and cholesterol as the dietary causes of coronary heart

First and Second Friday events to get a fresh look; on hiatus until spring 2017

Beginning in October, these events will be on hiatus while we reassess their effectiveness in facilitating engagement and community building.

Protect your paycheck – New disability insurance options for 2017

UC is changing its voluntary disability insurance options to give all eligible employees — those currently covered and those not enrolled — new options for protecting their finances.

Give the gift of life: Donate blood on Thursday, Sept. 22

With the bloodmobile in downtown Oakland, donating will be easy, convenient and fast.

UC Santa Cruz college renamed for writer who inspired the environmental movement

College Eight is renamed for Rachel Carson, "a champion for the environment, a woman excelling in science, and a person of dignity.”

UC enrolls most diverse class ever

This fall, 38 percent of the California freshman and transfer students beginning studies at a UC campus were underrepresented minorities.

UPDATE: Taco Tuesday postponed

The Sept. 27 event will need to be rescheduled.

Spread the news: The UCPath Center is recruiting!

With an immediate goal to hire more than 100 people in the next 12 months, and an additional 240 employees in 2018, the UCPath Center (UCPC) needs a stream of applicants who are qualified

Sierra magazine names UC campuses among the nation’s greenest

Irvine placed third out of more than 200 universities around the country, becoming the only university to score in the top 10 for seven consecutive years.