The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed piece by history professor Dana Frank titled “Human rights in Honduras: State Department looks the other way.”
A New York Times story about a controversial planet discovery included quotes from astronomers Steve Vogt and Greg Laughlin.
The San Jose Mercury News and Santa Cruz Sentinel ran stories announcing that Sarah Latham has been named UCSC’s new vice chancellor of business and administrative services.
The San Jose Mercury News reviewed Shakespeare Santa Cruz’s The Man in the Iron Mask.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel and Silicon Valley Business Journal wrote about the $1 million gift from alumni Christine and Robert Holo to support the Center for Ocean Health expansion.
Biologist Tim Tinker was quoted in news stories about the annual sea otter census in the Santa Cruz Sentinel (front page), San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, and Monterey County Herald.
VentureBeat wrote about a collaboration between UCSC students and eBay to "gamify" online auctions, with quotes from Jane Pinckard, associate director of the Center for Games and Playable Media.
Additional coverage of computer scientist James Davis's work on a method for printing photos that reflect light like 3D objects includes stories from the Santa Cruz Sentinel, San Jose Mercury News, Inside Bay Area, and Gizmag.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel wrote about the U.S. Department of Agriculture grant won by the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, an article that was republished by the San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, and Monterey County Herald. KSBW and KCBA, Salinas, and KION, Monterey, broadcast video reports that were also used on KCOY, Santa Maria, and KKFX, San Luis Obispo. Santa Cruz Patch published an online article.
The Sentinel published an article on the death of psychology professor Aaronette White that was republished by the San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, Monterey County Herald and Daily Breeze.The Sentinel also published a page one feature on the Puma Project and one of its star cats, 16M, who has managed to cross Highway 17 successfully 31 times in the past two years.