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  1. Volleyball offense continues to struggle, drops three in California tripRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 11 | Student Life

    Another weekend and the losses mount. After hobbling to 4-2 during what was arguably the easiest part of their season schedule, the Washington University Bears struggled again- suffering three definitive losses on their four-game California road-trip.


  2. SafeZone guides you to safe spaces in crisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | TechCrunch

    ... from CalPoly, Kai Mou (a developer who flew all the way from New York for the hackathon), Chris Gradwohl, from UC Santa Cruz, and Matthew Serna from SFSU all agreed that the project was a bit more substantial than your everyday hack... and they're ...


  3. Santa Cruz chamber to honor Charles Eadie, Teresa Thomae, Sam FarrRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... throughout Santa Cruz County for 30 years, he has held principal positions with Hamilton Swift & Associates, UC Santa Cruz Planning, and the City of Watsonville Planning. He was the lead staff for Vision Santa Cruz, the city's earthquake recovery ...


  4. Exhibit focuses on Californiaa s coastlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 10 | Times-Standard

    The view from the trail to “Tin House,” north of Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. The newest exhibit at the Reese Bullen Gallery on the Humboldt State University campus celebrates the beauty of California's coastline.


  5. Canadian Marine Science Community Honors UCSB Ecologist Benjamin HalpernRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 10 | Noozhawk

    ... from Carleton College in 1995 and his doctorate from UCSB in 2003 before becoming a postdoctoral fellow at UC Santa Cruz and UCSB. He subsequently became a research biologist at UCSB's Marine Science Institute and joined the faculty at Bren in 2013. ...


  6. Clark president defends university's diversity trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    WORCESTER – Clark University's president released a statement this week defending the school's diversity training program that was highlighted in a recent article by the New York Times. The Times article, which was published online Tuesday, specifically detailed a presentation on “microagressions” the university's new chief diversity officer, Sheree Marlowe, recently gave to first-year students.


  7. Stephen Kessler: The return of George Hitchcock, master of many artsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    George Hitchcock, who for 20 years was one of the most famously prominent yet low-profile cultural forces in Santa Cruz, is best known locally as a former teacher of writing and theater arts at UC Santa Cruz who made an indelible impression on virtually everyone who studied or worked with him in drama courses, writing workshops or stage productions. Hitchcock was an actor, director and playwright as well as a poet and fiction writer, and the founder and editor of one of the liveliest and most legendary little magazines in American literary history, kayak, for which he was best known in the wider world.


  8. UCSC Natural Reserves Director Gage Dayton appointed to endowed chairRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | Monterey County Herald

    SANTA CRUZ >> UC Santa Cruz has appointed Gage Dayton to the Wilton W. Webster Jr. Presidential Chair for the UC Santa Cruz Natural Reserves. The endowed chair was established in 2015 with a $500,000 gift from the Helen and Will Webster Foundation and matching funds from the UC Regents.


  9. Q and A: Knowing a lie when you hear oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | Canada.com

    ... training themselves. Many often undergo special training, such as the well-known programs at MIT and UC Santa Cruz to teach them how to better understand and report science. Often, however, science articles are written by reporters who lack that ...


  10. Menlo College's McCarthy becomes school leader in scoringRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | Almanac

    ... at Menlo (3-1-1). She's also the career leader in points. Jelissa Blanco added a goal for the Oaks, who host UC Santa Cruz next Thursday. A late own goal from Marymount made it 4-1. Read the story here . If you are a paid subscriber, check to make ...


  11. How two baseball fans found love through podcasting and TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Mashable

    Not long after graduating from UC Santa Cruz in 2009, Daniel Zarchy found himself talking frequently with a friend about baseball . San Francisco Giants baseball, to be precise.


  12. artRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 8 | The Jewish News Weekly

    "Brooklyn and Botanicals." Opening of exhibit of black-and-white photos by William Castellana capturing textures and traditions of Satmar Hassidic way of life in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


  13. New York Times-reviewed author to visit ISURead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | The Daily Vidette

    New York Times-reviewed author Danielle Dutton will hold readings at Illinois State University and the Normal Public Library Friday. New York Times-reviewed author Danielle Dutton will read and discuss her novel " Margaret the First " at 3 p.m. Friday at the Publications Unit in Williams Hall Annex at Illinois State University .


  14. UCSC named among greenest universitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SANTA CRUZ >> UC Santa Cruz is one of the 20 greenest colleges in the country, according to the Sierra magazine's “Cool Schools” ranking. Sierra Magazine, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, released its 10th annual “Cool Schools” ranking of America's greenest colleges and universities.


  15. Honestly, the Only Way To Avoid Saying Microagressions Is To STFU AlreadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    Clark University's handy-dandy guide to not insulting everyone you're likely to meet as a new college student . When you're done scrubbing your Twitter, Facebook, and other social media of inherently racist Harambe-the-Dead-Gorilla memes , you'll want to check out the latest list of "microaggressions," best defined as insults so meager that even the popularizer of the concept has said universities have distorted the meaning of his term.


  16. Opinion September 7, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Metro Santa Cruz

    ... Stegner's West. (Side note: I was lucky enough to have his son Page Stegner as my Creative Writing advisor at UC Santa Cruz.) What Kettmann and Ringler have latched onto, I think, is an untapped genre with a lot of potential. , who sent occasional ...


  17. Double Eclipse! Earth and Moon Cross in Front of SunRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | SPACE.com

    A NASA satellite captured a far-out view last week when the moon and the Earth passed in front of the sun simultaneously. The double eclipse was captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory , a satellite designed to monitor the sun and its atmosphere.


  18. Why climate change poses a fatal risk for lizardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Christian Science Monitor

    Previous studies may have underestimated the risk of climate change to lizards. A 2010 study showed that 20 percent of lizard species would likely be extinct by 2080.


  19. UCSC ranked 18th 'greenest' college in the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | KION 46

    UC Santa Cruz was named one of the top 20 greenest colleges in the U.S. after it landed on Sierra Magazine's 2016 "Cool Schools" list. The magazine said it ranked UCSC No.


  20. Donna J. HarawayRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 6 | Indybay.org

    She eschews referring to our current epoch as the Anthropocene, preferring to conceptualize it as what she calls the Chthulucene, as it more aptly and fully describes our epoch as one in which the human and nonhuman are inextricably linked in tentacular practices. The Chthulucene, Haraway explains, requires sym-poiesis, or making-with, rather than auto-poiesis, or self-making.