UCSC in the News

Biologists Patrick Robinson and Daniel Costa were quoted in a New York Times story about their research on elephant seals, which also ran in the International Herald Tribune.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Film and Digital Media professor B. Ruby Rich will receive the annual Frameline Award at the SF International LGBT Film Festival, noting that Rich’s appearance on a panel at the Sundance Film Festival to discuss groundbreaking LGBT cinema, plus an influential article she wrote for the Village Voice “are considered watershed moments.”

History professor Dana Frank was interviewed on the nationally syndicated radio show, Counterspin, KPFA News, WNUR (Chicago), and WRFG (Atlanta), about the U.S. drug war in Honduras.

Astronomer Steve Vogt was quoted in the San Jose Mercury News and Contra Costa Times stories about the retirement of SETI Institute director Jill Tarter.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel and Good Times featured stories on the opening of the Theater Arts Department production of alumnus Philip Kan Gotanda’s play, "I Dream of Chang and Eng."

The Santa Cruz Sentinel wrote about the community peace mural being painted at the entrance of College Nine.

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