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March 17, 2003

UCSC in the News

Psychology’s Craig Haney was featured in an article in The Nation about supermax prisons.

Francisco Hernandez, vice chancellor for Student Affairs, was quoted in an article in BusinessWire.com about the AP test preparation service now being offered on the web free to California high school students by the University of California. The service is an extension of the UC College Prep Initiative, which Hernandez developed in collaboration with other UC campuses.

A reporter from Asahi Shimbun, Japan’s leading daily with a circulation of 8.2 million, flew to California to spend a day interviewing Dane Archer of sociology about crime in the United States.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story about history professor Jonathan Beecher’s Faculty Research Lecture titled "Two Concepts of Utopia."

History of consciousness professor Angela Davis was quoted in a Contra Costa Times article about veterans and the antiwar movement.

The Illinois State Journal-Register cited a lecture by professor of history Bruce Levine in commemoration of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday at the Lincoln Home National Historic Site.

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