UCSC in the News
February 13, 2006
The Christian Science Monitor quoted American studies
professor emeritus John Dizikes in an article about the
rockification of sport--the loud background soundtrack
that weaves through today's sporting events.
Sociology's Mike Males appeared on the CBS News program
Sunday Morning, during a segment about the aging of the
Literature professor John Jordan, codirector of UCSC's
Dickens Project, was quoted on Minnesota Public Radio about
the Christmas stories of Charles Dickens.
Economist Michael Hutchison took a call from the Santa
Cruz Sentinel about the recent wave of layoffs sweeping
through the U.S. automotive industry.
Michigan's Morning Sun ran a story about history of
consciousness professor Angela Davis's appearance as
the keynote speaker of Central Michigan University's Black History
month celebrations, where she spoke about racism and sexism,
invoked the legacies of Coretta Scott King and Rosa Parks, and
called for the impeachment of President Bush. Davis was also
featured in the Yes Weekly about a speech she delivered
at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on Martin
Luther King Jr. Day.
Journalism lecturer Conn Hallinan contributed an article
to Foreign Policy in Focus about recent events in Iran.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story recapping the 2005
local theater scene, praising shows by Shakespeare Santa
Cruz and UCSC student productions.
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