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Chef/farmer Matthew Raiford joined 500 people who dined al fresco as part of the weekend festivities. (Photo by Steve Kurtz)

Chef/farmer Matthew Raiford joined 500 people who dined al fresco as part of the weekend festivities. (Photo by Steve Kurtz)

Campus celebrates 50 years of organic farming

A half century of pioneering work in organic farming was evident as hundreds of farmers, educators, scientists, and alumni gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Alan Chadwick Garden—and all that has followed.

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Help build federal support for UC's research mission

Help build federal support for UC's research mission

Scott Brandt, Vice Chancellor for Research

The White House is proposing deep cuts to federal funding vital to universities. I urge you to become an advocate for UC.

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Melody Locke Eldridge

Melody Locke Eldridge

Staff Human Resources

The lead service operations specialist with three years on campus is the August honoree in the Staff Advisory Board’s Staff Recognition Program.

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Professor Alma Heckman named to Holocaust chair

Professor Alma Heckman named to Holocaust chair

Assistant professor of history and Jewish Studies Alma Rachel Heckman has been appointed as the Neufeld-Levin Holocaust Endowed Chair.

Food movement embraces collective action

Food movement embraces collective action

Julie Guthman is gratified to see the movement expanding beyond market-based strategies that have catered to consumers with cash to burn.

Dickens Universe thriving at UC Santa Cruz

Dickens Universe thriving at UC Santa Cruz

Nearly 300 people attended the Dickens Universe this year—a unique weeklong event held each summer among the redwoods at UC Santa Cruz.

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