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VOL. 1    ISSUE 28April 21, 2015
 

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Alumni Weekend 'Teach-Ins' feature professors Aptheker and Haney

Alumni Weekend 'Teach-Ins' feature professors Aptheker and Haney

Returning alums will be able to exercise their brains without fear of final exams at this weekend's 'Teach-Ins' featuring Bettina Aptheker and Craig Haney.

Biologist Beth Shapiro explains the science of 'de-extinction' in new book

Biologist Beth Shapiro explains the science of 'de-extinction' in new book

A leading expert on ancient DNA, Shapiro aims to separate science from science fiction in her new book 'How to Clone a Mammoth.'

MLK friend, speechwriter to give talk on the Civil Rights Movement

MLK friend, speechwriter to give talk on the Civil Rights Movement

A free public talk by Clarence B. Jones, a former personal counsel, draft speech writer, and friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is set for May 4.

DANM to mark 10th anniversary with arts festival and masquerade ball

DANM to mark 10th anniversary with arts festival and masquerade ball

The Digital Arts and New Media M.F.A. program at UC Santa Cruz will mark its first decade on April 25 with an extravaganza, 'It’s Pan-DANM-onium!'

 

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Science

Science - April 17, 2015
Colors help set body’s internal clock

USA Today

USA Today - April 13, 2015
Hubble at 25 hailed as greatest scientific instrument

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz Sentinel - April 19, 2015
UCSC prepares for largest alumni weekend

Nature

Nature - April 15, 2015
Biography of a space telescope: Voices of Hubble

CBC Quirks and Quarks

CBC Quirks and Quarks - April 18, 2015
Fighting Bat Fungus with Bacteria

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