A traveling exhibition explores California art’s experimental state of mind.
Jud Newborn, AM’77, PhD’94, brings Nazi resisters out of the past into the present.
Gorbachev’s search for the real Lenin planted some far-fetched—and funny—ideas.
We’re looking for readers with the spines to stack up against the competition in the Magazine’s latest contest.
Spring quarter, like any other, offered an encyclopedia of public talks on campus, illuminating topics art historical, zoological, and most everything in between. At 11 of those talks, the Magazine staff were there. Here’s what we learned.
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