January 19, 2004
UCSC in the News
The Chronicle of Higher Education cited several passages from
history professor Mark Ciocs book The Rhine: An Eco-Biography,
1815-2000 in an article titled "The Power of Water."
An article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel about a pair of golden eagles frequenting the East Field meadow included quotes by Janet Linthicum of the Predatory Bird Research Group.
Film and digital media professor and department chair Chip Lord
contributed a piece to the Bay Guardian about last years
visit by film star Nicolas Cage to a UCSC film class.
History professor Dana Frank appeared on CNNs Lou Dobbbs
Tonight program in a segment titled "Whatever Happened to Made
in America?" Frank also spoke about job outsourcing on San Franciscos
Art professor and department chair Norman Locks was quoted in
a Register Pajaronian article about a Watsonville art show that
featured several of his photographs.
The Salinas Californian ran an article about folksinger Rosalie Sorrels, noting that "UCSC has set up her archive "in recognition of her contributions to American culture in the second half of the twentieth century."