Veronica Arteaga: Blessed

Crown ’03, psychology and sociology

By Peggy Townsend, October 2020

Barbara Ferrer: Advocating for justice through public health

Rachel Carson ’78, community studies

By Peggy Townsend, October 2020

Erick Melara: Healing words

Cowell ’15, human biology

By Peggy Townsend, October 2020

Fire, loss, and the embrace of community

A UC Santa Cruz staff member reflects on the devastating loss of their home in the CZU August Lightning Complex fires

By Kristen Lee, October 2020

In Case You Missed It

Must-read UC Santa Cruz news stories

October 2020

Raising a glass (and funds) for research

Michael David Winery—owned by the family of UC Santa Cruz virologist Rebecca DuBois—is helping fund the professor’s COVID-19 research with its “Going Viral” Merlot.

By Dan White, October 2020

Building opportunity

Campus benefactor Jack Baskin not only established the Baskin School of Engineering Fund, but also a charitable remainder trust benefitting the fund—helping more than 5,000 students (and counting) gain engineering degrees and compete effectively in the job market.

October 2020

Calendar

Find out what's going on! Check out our events calendar—packed with lectures, classes, concerts, workshops, tours, and more. Sign up for our events newsletter, The LineUp, to get events sent to your inbox.

October 2020

About the fall 2020 issue

Staff, contributors, and information

October 2020

Fall 2020 Alumni Notes

News, notes, updates, and announcements from Slug alumni

October 2020

This is UC Santa Cruz

A roundup of recent news, events, and happenings.

February 2020

Alumni Weekend 2020 is postponed

Important news: Alumni Weekend 2020 is postponed to a future date for coronavirus safety. However, the Margaret Atwood appearance on April 5 and The Deep Read are still on!

February 2020

Mark Zemelman: A mission-driven career

Crown '78, history

By David Gleason (Merrill '70, literature), Humanities Dean's Advisor, February 2020

Joaquin Sapien: Holding power accountable

Cowell ’06, environmental studies and politics 

By Peggy Townsend, February 2020

Mike Loso: Solving an excremental crisis

Ph.D. '04, geomorphology 

By Peggy Townsend, February 2020

Sherrice Mojgani: Lighting up the stage

Merrill '07, theater arts

By Maureen Dixon Harrison, February 2020

Words of warning

By crafting a dangerous future from fragments of history, novelist Margaret Atwood implores us to pay attention to the present, writes alumna Kate Schatz.

By Kate Schatz (Stevenson '01, women’s studies and creative writing), February 2020

Visit Shakespeare’s London

Literature professor and Shakespeare expert Sean Keilen will walk you through the monuments, museums, pubs, playhouses, gardens, and churches that have made London the envy of world capitals

February 2020

Calendar

Find out what's going on! Check out our events calendar—packed with lectures, classes, concerts, workshops, tours, and more. Sign up for our events newsletter, The LineUp, to get events sent to your inbox.

February 2020