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Summer festival pairs Shakespeare with French existentialist

Photo of SSC's OthelloFor its 19th season, Shakespeare Santa Cruz will take its audiences across the ages, with plays set in ancient Britain, Renaissance France, and 19th-century England. The plays are Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, directed by Daniel Fish; Shakespeare's Cymbeline, directed by Danny Scheie; and Jean Paul Sartre's Kean, directed by Michael Edwards. (More)

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March 13-19, 2000
Vol. 4, No. 29

T.A. strike by UAW called off

UCSC outlines 'principles' for development of marine center at Terrace Point

Celebrate the spring equinox with a five-course dinner to benefit the Farm & Garden

Growth is subject of Leadership Convocation

UC president outlines role for higher education in sustaining California's prosperity

UCSC astronomer Donald Osterbrock honored by University of Chicago

Undergraduate research poster earns honorable mention at national science meeting


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