[Currents headergraphic]

January 4, 1999

Making the News

Wendy Mink of politics has been in great demand on the subject of impeachment lately. Her recent radio interviews include appearances on WGR Radio in Buffalo, WORT-FM in Madison, WBAI-FM/Pacifica in New York, WPKN in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and KPFA Radio in Berkeley. . . . Also weighing in on the topic was Bill Domhoff, who talked with the Los Angeles Times about the relative silence of the nation's elite on the matter.

Psychologist Jean Fox Tree's work will be covered during an upcoming broadcast of the Ask Marilyn segment on CBS News.

Seismologist Karen McNally was featured in an article in the Santa Cruz County Sentinel about the potential for a major earthquake on the San Gregorio fault, which runs through Monterey Bay and passes within nine miles of Santa Cruz.

Favorable reviews continue to pour in on Lou Harrison: Composing a World by Fredric Lieberman and Leta Miller. The latest appeared in the Oakland Post, which describes the book as well researched and clearly written.

KSBW-TV covered the campus visit of some 500 Watsonville students who were treated to a special performance of Shakespeare Santa Cruz's holiday production of Wind in the Willows.

To the Currents home page

To UCSC's home page