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UC Merced’s June Bobcat of the Month

Jovita Angel-Sebastian is a recently graduated sociology major. During her undergraduate collegiate career at UC Merced, she was the outreach coordinator for Lambda Alliance,...

Press Release: UC President Napolitano Responds to State Audit Report

On April 25, 2017 state auditor Howle audited the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) and found an alarming number of issues...

UC Merced’s May Bobcat of the Month

The Prodigy’s Bobcat of the Month is a monthly series featuring outstanding undergraduates, graduates, faculty, and staff members that have devoted their time at...

Merced Spotlight: Lake Yosemite

Only a 5 minute walking distance from Half Dome, Lake Yosemite has been known to attract families, UC students, and Merced locals. As we...

What Is Bobcat of the Month?

The Prodigy is proud to announce its first official launch of: Bobcat of the Month. Bobcat of the Month is a year-long series that...

The 2017 Building Community Awards

UC Merced’s LGBTQ+ Initiatives hosted its 2nd Annual Building Community Awards, which recognizes distinguished leaders in the Bobcat community that have demonstrated noteworthy services...

Publishing with the UC Merced Research Journal

The UC Merced Research Journal is a semi-annual publication that accepts submissions during spring and fall semester. Currently, The UC Merced Research Journal is...

2017 Pride Week at UC Merced

Lambda Alliance, UC Merced’s LGBTQ+ student group, is hosting its famous annual Pride Week from April 3rd  to April 9th with a variety of...

The Prodigy Presents: Annual Workshop Series

The Prodigy is hosting a 4-day long event that provides a variety of resources open for all students. From March 20-23, the Prodigy executive...

The Gustine Traveling Library

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, Merced County has a stagnant 24% of adults lacking basic literacy skills. Non-profit organizers have worked...