The Mondavi Center goes to Cuba to investigate firsthand
College freshmen—born after the Vietnam War—find there’s no better way to learn about history than from those who lived it.
When the subject of your research is about to go extinct, what do you do? Graduate student Zeb Hogan heads to Southeast Asia to save his.
Musician Bob Regan ’72 knows that “free” music on the Internet isn’t.
Baseball is both art and science—and a fruitful subject of study.
|A look at campus life today|
|A new department for parents|
|Readers share a favorite memory|
|The lighter side|
About the cover: Do fastballs really fly farther than curveballs? UC Davis’ Sports Biomechanics Laboratory has the answer in The Science of Baseball. Photo by Wayne Tilcock/The Davis Enterprise; photo illustration by Jay Leek.
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