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May 17, 2019

The Ace of Cups may not have been the first all-female rock and roll band, but they were the one that mattered within that bizarre wrinkle in time that constituted late 1960s San Francisco. 

The Ace of Cups are in Santa Cruz on Friday May 17th, 2019 at the...


May 11, 2019

Daniel sat down with the current UCSC SUA Vice President of External Affairs, Davon Thomas, to talk about the work he does in his position and the statewide scope it encompasses. Topics discussed include tuition hikes, state lobbying, minority representation, undocumented aid, and much more. Thanks for tuning...


May 8, 2019

This week, Oiko explores environmental impacts of agriculture and what we can do to lessen our carbon footprint by changing our diet. Ronald Donkenvoort, farming for over thirty years, gives us a glimpse how farming has changed over time, while Rebecca King talks about the unique challenges of being a sheep dairy in a...


Apr 30, 2019

Listen to a special episode of Oiko! Usually a biology show this week we expanded to include interviews with astronomers, psychologists, and historians as part of the Graduate Research Symposium held this weekend. New celestial bodies on the outskirts of our solar system, machine learning, and the environmental policy...


Apr 23, 2019

Nicknamed the "Reef Sentinel" for his multidisciplinary approach to coral reef studies, Dr. Terry Hughes' research on bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef earned him a spot on Nature Journal's top ten people who matter in 2016. He discusses the future health of the world's reefs, economic security of nations that depend...