UC Santa Cruz Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. April 20 pot celebration in Santa CruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | KION 46

    It's Weed Day, a day to celebrate the use of marijuana. At UC Santa Cruz, thousands are expected to show up at 4:20pm and light up at Porter Meadows Park.

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  2. Stratford School Names Principal for Pleasanton CampusRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | PRWeb

    Stratford School, an award-winning independent preschool through 8th grade private school founded in Silicon Valley, announces Amina Saiyed as the new Principal of Preschool through Kindergarten for its Pleasanton campus. Every time I see a child, I see an opportunity to make a difference and help them reach their unbounded potential.

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  3. 4/20 at UC Santa CruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | KSBW-TV

    PHIL GOOD AFTERNOON. I AM ABOUT 40 YARDS AWAY FROM AN AREA CALLED THE MEADOW. WE ARE UNDERNEATH A CANOPY OF TREES AND I'M SURE SOME STUDENTS ARE TAKING SOME SHADE RIGHT NOW.

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  4. How bad is solitary confinement?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Newsday

    He argued that being kept in solitary confinement was worse than the death penalty, and that his conditions breached the European Convention on Human Rights. The right-wing extremist, who killed 77 people in 2011, has been held on his own since his arrest shortly afterwards.

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  5. Guitar-violin duo to play this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber

    The band Liquid Gold, made up of violinist Edwin Huizinga and guitarist William Coulter, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday at Havuart Ee Shalom, with island Kat Eggleston playing the opening act. With the playful monkier "virtuoso violin meets Celtic guitar," Huizinga and Coulter seriously explore the cross-genre elements of classical, folk and contemporary musical traditions.

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  6. Scientists look at hangers-on amid mass die-off of batsRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2016 | Middlesboro Daily News

    As white-nose syndrome kills millions of bats across North America, there's a glimmer of hope at hibernation spots where it first struck a decade ago: Some bats in some caves are hanging on. Researchers trying to figure out why winter populations of bats in some hibernation sites appear to have stabilized are studying everything from behavior to cave conditions.

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  7. Mad Mystical Journey Press and Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing Announce...Read the original story

    Apr 8, 2016 | PRWeb

    Debut, young adult novel about a disabled orphan in search of a family awarded Gold Medal for Best Cover Design "With such an over-the-top array of talent this year, it is a tremendous honor to have been chosen," Mad Mystical Journey Press and Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing, Inc. are pleased to announce The Improbable Wonders Of Moojie Littleman , by Robin Gregory, has been recognized as Gold Medal Winner of the Best Cover Design in the 2016 Independent Publishers Book of the Year Awards. The 19th annual "IPPY" Awards will spotlight the year's best independently published books at a gala celebration on May 27th during the annual BookExpo America publishing convention in New York.

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  8. DNA May Hold Clues to Halt Westward Spread of Bat Mystery DiseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2016 | Scientific American

    Last week U.S. state and federal wildlife agencies announced that white-nose syndrome - a deadly fungal disease that has killed more than six million hibernating bats in the eastern U.S. - has made a 2,000-kilometer jump across the country from eastern Nebraska to Washington State. There it is known to have infected and killed at least one bat in the small town of North Bend, 48 east of Seattle.

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  9. West Coast scientists urge immediate action to combat ocean acidificationRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... could have an impact,” said Kristy Kroeker, an expert on ocean acidification and assistant professor at UC Santa Cruz who is not part of the panel. “The West Coast and the Monterey Bay are really sitting in a hot spot for ...

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  10. MRI Patients Flush Gadolinium Into San Francisco BayRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2016 | Chemical & Engineering News

    Gadolinium contamination of the San Francisco Bay has increased significantly in the past decade, likely due to the element's use in magnetic resonance imaging contrast agents, according to a water sample analysis . Magnetic resonance imaging is commonly used to evaluate medical issues, such as knee injuries or digestive problems.

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  11. booksRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2016 | The Jewish News Weekly

    "Casting Lots: Creating a Family in a Beautiful, Broken World." Scholar-in-residence Rabbi Susan Silverman discusses her new book.

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  12. UC Santa Cruz could permanently cut NCAA sportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | KSBW-TV

    ... REPORTER: NEXT YEAR, IF HE'S OH TO $70. IF THEY VOTE NO, NCAA SPORTS WILL BE PHASED OUT BY THE 2017 AND HAS TO UC SANTA CRUZ BANANA. GET RID OF THE NEXT. AS TO THE BENEFITS OF THE THOMAS OF AN ESPECIALLY DOMINICAN GOING ENGINEERING SPORTS, SO THAT ...

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  13. UC Santa Cruz to vote whether to cut NCAA program in MayRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2016 | Inside Bay Area

    UC Santa Cruz students will once again decide whether they want to pay a significantly higher fee to support their university's intercollegiate sports program in an online poll open to students from May 11 to May 16. The results of the poll will be released May 27. If a simple majority of voters want to see intercollegiate athletics continue, a fee proposal will be taken to students in spring 2017 for a vote. The Athletics Department has operated at a deficit for years.

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  14. 19-year-old driver charged with gross vehicular manslaughter in Highway 1 double fatal crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | The Campbell Reporter

    A 19-year-old UC Santa Cruz sophomore was charged with gross vehicular manslaughter at a hearing in Monterey County Superior Court on Friday in a Moss Landing crash that killed two people. Lynnea Leticia Hernandez appeared in court in orange jail clothes while lying on a hospital gurney, KSBW-TV images showed.

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  15. Bats die-off may be leveling offRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | CBS News

    As white-nose syndrome kills millions of bats across North America, there's a glimmer of hope at hibernation spots where it first struck a decade ago: Some bats in some caves are hanging on. Researchers trying to figure out why winter populations of bats in some hibernation sites appear to have stabilized are studying everything from behavior to cave conditions.

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  16. UCSC students to vote whether to cut NCAA program in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SANTA CRUZ >> UC Santa Cruz students will once again decide whether they want to pay a significantly higher fee to support their university's intercollegiate sports program in an online poll open to students from May 11 to May 16. The results of the poll will be released May 27. If a simple majority of voters want to see intercollegiate athletics continue, a fee proposal will be taken to students in spring 2017 for a vote. The Athletics Department has operated at a deficit for years.

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  17. UC Santa Cruz student arraigned in Moss Landing double fatal crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SALINAS >> A UC Santa Cruz sophomore was charged with gross vehicular manslaughter at a hearing in Monterey County Superior Court on Friday in a Moss Landing crash that killed two people. Lynnea Leticia Hernandez appeared in court in orange jail clothes while lying on a hospital gurney, KSBW-TV images showed.

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  18. Illness postpones Santa Cruz bioluminescence talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... ultz' illness, Maile McGrew-Fredé of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries said. Schultz, a doctoral student at UC Santa Cruz, was scheduled to share what he's learned about bioluminescence as part of the Citizen Science series.

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  19. a Viva La Lehrera tribute show returns for a third go-roundRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... he didn't last long.” Not long after, Lehrer moved to Santa Cruz to join the mathematics department at UC Santa Cruz and created no new music. However, Lehrer's exodus did nothing to diminish the passion of his followers. “Viva La ...

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  20. An ambitious new concert from New Music Works seeks to instill peace and commonality through musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    ... of Middle Eastern descent. The concert, which takes place at the Music Center Recital Hall on the campus of UC Santa Cruz, will feature chamber and choral by composers drawn from the Christian, Jewish and Islamic traditions, juxtaposed to ...

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