UCSC in the News

The June issue of National Geographic magazine includes a piece on another study by Daniel Costa, using southern elephant seals to map the seafloor around Antarctica.

A study of northern elephant seals led by biologists Daniel Costa and Patrick Robinson was the subject of stories in the San Jose Mercury News, Santa Cruz Sentinel, Contra Costa Times, Monterey County Herald, San Francisco Chronicle, Wired (U.K.), Earth Times, Biology News Net, LiveScience, Our Amazing Planet, RedOrbit, Science Daily, and PhysOrg.

History professor Dana Frank contributed a major article to the The Nation magazine about the impact of the military coup and the U.S. drug war in Honduras. Frank also appeared on Rede Record (national Brazilian TV) and was interviewed by Democracy Now and Pacific Free Press about U.S. policy in Honduras.

Shakespeare Santa Cruz was included in a New York Times article about summer theater festivals.

Biologist James Estes was quoted in a New York Times article, providing commentary on a study of the ecological connections between manta rays and native forests on Palmyra Atoll.

California Healthline ran an article about the Cancer Genomics Hub established by biomolecular engineer David Haussler's team.

Psychology professor Phillip Hammack was a featured guest on "Voices in the Family," a talk show on Philadelphia public radio station WHYY.

Theater Arts associate professor Patty Gallagher was quoted in the San Jose Mercury News for an article about acclaimed actor-comedian Bill Irwin, who is performing in a double bill of Samuel Beckett plays in San Francisco.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel covered journalist Jose Antonio Vargas's appearance at the César Chávez Convocation.

Hydrogeologist Andy Fisher was quoted in an article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel about efforts to solve the Pajaro Valley's groundwater deficit.

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