|This is the final Tuesday Newsday for 2015. We on the T/N staff wish you happy holidays and all the best for the New Year. We'll return (Tuesday) January 5, 2016.
Hundreds of sea lions strand on California beaches every year with symptoms.
Research led by scientists at UC Santa Cruz suggest that chronic exposure to domoic acid from naturally occurring marine algae causes impairments that are likely to affect California sea lions' ability to navigate in their ocean habitat and survive in the wild.
By Susan Gillman and Tyrus Miller
The planning process for the 50th brought the campus to a new level of coordination and sophistication.
UCSC researchers will play a leading role in a project to preserve biodiversity with a local focus on mountain lions, sea otters, black abalone, and sea stars.
Three faculty members from the UC Santa Cruz Arts Division have been awarded Rydell Visual Arts Fellowships for 2016-17.
Part of the campus's spirit manifests itself on playing fields, practice rooms, and dance studio where students cherish freedom of expression.