November 10, 2003
UCSC in the News
Articles in the San Jose Mercury News and the Santa Cruz Sentinel
about coastal erosion and sea walls included quotes from Gary Griggs,
professor of Earth sciences. Griggs was also quoted in a Sentinel
story about a new web site that offers information about the Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
The San Jose Mercury News reviewed a new book of essays by history of consciousness professor Donna Haraway titled The Haraway Reader, calling her "one of the most eloquent writers about the love-hate relationship between humans and machines you will ever read.''
The Santa Cruz Sentinel and the Watsonville Register-Pajaronian
ran stories about the naming of one of the original research buildings
at Long Marine Laboratory in honor of William Doyle, professor
emeritus of biology and founder of the Institute of Marine Sciences.
Peter Raimondi, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, was quoted in an article in the Portland Oregonian about a new study indicating that sea urchins can live 100 years or more.
Music professor Fred Lieberman was quoted in a Santa Cruz Metro
article about the multiphonic singing of Tibets Gyuto monks.
Bradford Holden, a postdoctoral researcher in astronomy and astrophysics, was quoted in news stories about his team's investigation of a galaxy considered the biggest, brightest, hottest, and one of the most ancient star-forming regions yet viewed in the universe. Stories appeared in the Everett, Washington, Herald, Honolulu Star, Honolulu Advertiser, China Post, and the Independent (South Africa).