UCSC in the News
December 4, 2006
A story about high-tech animal tagging in the San Diego Union-Tribune
featured biologists Scott Shaffer and Daniel Costa.
A Sunset magazine item on "5 great stores for creative gifts"
included Norrie's Gift Shop at the Arboretum,
along with a photo of the shop (see Currents article
on Norrie's December discount for faculty and staff).
Astrophysicist Stan Woosley was quoted in a Science Now article
about the discovery of a rapidly spinning black hole.
India's The Statesman noted that UCSC's Satyajit Ray Film and Study
Collection provided materials for a film festival and exhibition in Spain
honoring the renowned film director.
The Mid-County Post ran a story about research on red tides
by ocean scientists Raphael Kudela and Mary Silver.
Geologist Gary Griggs and geophysicist Steven Ward were
featured in a Mid-County Post article about the minor tsunami
that rocked boats in the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor.
Pennsylvania's The Morning Call quoted history of consciousness
professor Angela Davis in an article about a lecture she presented
at Lafayette's Colton Chapel titled, "Reflecting on our History:
How Activism and Diversity Changed Higher Education."
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