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Cover Story

Long Marine Lab's new Seymour Center


From the Chancellor

Campus Update

Alumni News

Alumni Profile:
Martha Mendoza

University Relations Advertisement



Crime & Punishment

One of the nation's leading researchers in the areas of capital punishment and penal institutions, UCSC's Craig Haney has devoted his career to documenting the long-term pyschological damage that inmates are experiencing.

Photo: R. R. Jones


Oceans of Wonder

The new Seymour Marine Discovery Center, which attracted some 4,000 visitors of all ages during its opening weekend this past March, is introducing tomorrow's scientists to the workings of a world-class marine laboratory.

Photo: Mickey Pfleger


Reinventing the Reel

UCSC's Film and Digital Media major, one of the most popular on campus, offers undergraduates exposure to more than theory and history classes--they also have access to graduate-level tools of the trade.

Photo: R. R. Jones


The Bridge at No Gun Ri

Martha Mendoza, becoming the third UCSC graduate to receive a Pulitzer Prize, was honored for her work on an Associated Press story documenting the killing of hundreds of civilians by U.S. soldiers during the Korean War.

AP Photo / Kathy Willens



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