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Phyllis, an 853-pound mother of two, is expected to return in January after a 12,000 km journey almost to Japan and back. (Photo NMFS permit No. 19108)

Phyllis, an 853-pound mother of two, is expected to return in January after a 12,000 km journey almost to Japan and back. (Photo NMFS permit No. 19108)

Record-setting Phyllis is on the move

During the annual eight-month migration of elephant seals tracked by UC Santa Cruz researchers, Phyllis, named after a 'go-getter' philanthropist, set a record by swimming farther west than any other tracked seal.

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Lisa Morgan

Lisa Morgan

Economics Department

The undergraduate programs and peer advisor coordinator with 29 years at UC Santa Cruz is the October winner of the SAB's Staff Recognition Award.

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Restored film featured in city anniversary celebration

Restored film featured in city anniversary celebration

'Mothers of Men,' a 1917 women’s suffrage film shot on location in Santa Cruz, was found and restored by a UC Santa Cruz arts graduate.

Student project looks at affordable housing crisis

Student project looks at affordable housing crisis

A multi-media project on the affordable housing crisis in Santa Cruz will be presented Thursday at the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz.

Major gifts push campus fundraising to new record

Major gifts push campus fundraising to new record

The Campaign for UC Santa Cruz raised $75 million dollars in 2015-2016—$68.2 million in outright gifts and pledges, and $7.1 million in planned gifts.

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