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Facilities manager Randolph Skrovan with pumps at the coastal marine lab.

Facilities manager Randolph Skrovan with pumps at the coastal marine lab.

Marine lab water projects lead to big savings

This past summer, Long Marine Lab staff installed hoses that use seawater to wash down the facility and retrofitted pumps to use seawater. The projects are expected to reduce the site's freshwater use by up to two million gallons.

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Cool Campus Challenge is just the beginning

Cool Campus Challenge is just the beginning

By Sarah Latham, Vice Chancellor Business and Administrative Services

Now it's time for our Climate and Energy Strategy to reduce carbon emissions.

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How alumni carry on Zimmerman’s legacy

How alumni carry on Zimmerman’s legacy

Five recipients of the Gabe Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship are pursuing careers in public service. A matching challenge is on to add to the funds.

Groundbreaking book on slave trade wins awards

Groundbreaking book on slave trade wins awards

Associate professor of history Gregory O’Malley has been honored for his book, "Final Passages: The Intercolonial Slave Trade of British America, 1619-1807."

First-in-family student pursues game design

First-in-family student pursues game design

A freshman at UC Santa Cruz, Briana Sidney is the first in her family to attend college, and she's on the road to becoming a game designer.

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Classical problems, modern theater

Classical problems, modern theater

Stephen Richter explores the essentials of human existence in his role as playwright and graduate student in the literature program.

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