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Book tells story of seals and humans in Antarctica

UCSC biologist Terrie Williams tells two amazing stories in her new book, The Hunter's Breath, about her expeditions to Antarctica. One is the story of the seals and their remarkable adaptations to life on and beneath the Antarctic sea ice, while the other is a human story of adventure and discovery in one of the most punishing environments on Earth. (Photo: Copyright Terrie Williams) Story and video

Student Profile: Anne Rios has stepped away from teaching to pursue a Ph.D. in education at UCSC. A daughter of immigrants from Peru and Costa Rica, she wants pupils to feel pride in their native language.


April 26-May 2, 2004
Vol. 8, No. 35

$2 million grant funds effort to support engineering students

Campus becomes more competitive as 'admit rate' falls

Climate change research focuses on precipitation levels

Five receive Humanities Distinguished Professor Award

Banana Slug Spring Fair draws record crowd

Indian Classical Music Series features vocalist Shweta Jhaveri

News Briefs: Farm & Garden Spring Plant Sale May 1-2... "Illustrating Nature" exhibit opens... Landscapes by Art Department faculty and alumni exhibited... Workshop on fur seal research... Information technology award available... Climber known as ‘Urban Ape’ to speak at Rio Theater... Lunchtime chair massages offered... Helpers needed to restore native plants... Academic Information Systems holding sessions... Learn East Indian cuisine from chef... and more.

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