UCSC in the News
March 13, 2006
Astrophysicist Stan Woosley was quoted in stories in
the Washington Post and Philadelphia Inquirer
about a recently detected gamma-ray burst.
The Washington Post reviewed a new book by history professor
Bruce Levine, Confederate Emancipation: Southern Plans
to Free and Arm Slaves During the Civil War, calling it
brilliantly researched and persuasively argued.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about Mary Silver,
professor of ocean sciences, and her research on algal toxins
in Monterey Bay.
The Honolulu Advertiser quoted art lecturer Paul
Rangell in a story about the Honolulu Printmakers 78th Annual
Exhibition for which he served as juror and visiting artist.
An article in the Mid-County Post on the long-range
development plan for Long Marine Lab included quotes from LML
manager Steve Davenport and Seymour Center director Julie
University Librarian Virginia Steel was quoted in a
Register-Pajaronian article about a $100,000 gift from
the Hugh Stuart Center Charitable Trust in San Jose to create
a new California History Room in McHenry Library's Special Collections.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel also announced the gift.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran an article about upcoming
performances by New York's David Dorfman Dance company, noting
the collaboration between UCSC's Arts & Lectures
program and the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz to bring arts
education into the community.
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