Economic twist on everyday dilemmas makes interesting reading
Economist Donald Wittman could have called his new book Microeconomics Made Interesting. From who owns frozen fertilized embryos after a couple divorces to whether a homebuyer needs to be told a house is haunted, the book addresses difficult issues from an economic perspective. More
EPA ranks UCSC sixth among campuses for 'green energy'
UCSC has been named the sixth largest green power campus purchaser in the country by the Environmental Protection Agency's College and University Green Power Partnership program. The ranking follows a vote by students to raise their own fees to buy renewable forms of energy, including wind power. (Photo courtesy of Sterling Planet) More