"Pandemic Bread," a film created by UC San Diego Communication professor and indie filmmaker Zeinabu irene Davis, pushes us to remember the early days of the pandemic.
Books & Culture
The UC San Diego Library’s community of librarians and staff are sharing a diverse array of book recommendations perfectly suited for summer vacation. All of the books listed can be found in the collections of the UC San Diego Library.
Nathan East is a prolific, Grammy-nominated session bassist who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry. But first, he was a student at UC San Diego.
If viewers sometimes feel guilty about binge-watching television programing, they really shouldn’t. Though its name implies impulsive behavior, binge-watching TV is a common activity planned out by viewers, suggests new research from the University of California San Diego.
Audiovisual items within the UC San Diego Library’s Archive for New Poetry (ANP) collection will be digitized and preserved thanks to a $250,000 grant awarded to the organization by the Mellon Foundation.
The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination at UC San Diego brings together scientists, artists and engineers to better understand, enhance and encourage imagination.
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