Public primary schools were created by states to reinforce obedience among the masses and maintain social order, rather than serve as a tool for upward social mobility, suggests a study from UC San Diego political scientist Agustina Paglayan.
Researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine report that high-frequency spinal cord stimulation proved more effective at improving perceived pain reduction than low-frequency SCS in patients studied, and that there was some variation in PPR between male and female patients.
As a college student, trying to find healthy and affordable food can be tricky, especially with any dietary restrictions. If you live on campus like me, you likely have limited kitchen or storage space. Let this quick guide serve as a starting point for making planet-friendly food choices!
A Q&A with Chris Johnson, a Landscape Sustainability Worker at UC San Diego. Johnson’s career has evolved to follow his passion for sustainable practices. He’s been involved in everything from helping with the student gardens, hosting regular campus tree tours as well as growing and planting trees.
An advocate for diversity in literature, author Minh Lê has been tapped to help kick off UC San Diego’s 2022 Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Celebration. The San Diego-based writer will serve as the keynote speaker for the annual scholarship awards ceremony on May 6.