Hannah Morley is a creative writer with a passion for journalism!

Emphasizing mental health and LGBTQ+ stories her articles have been published on University of California, Santa Barbara’s Humanities and Fine Arts Division’s website, the Daily Nexus, and in many other publications!

Example Works:

C.A.P.S Is Doing Its Best, But Our Campus Needs More

Diabetes in Rural Black America

This article covers a lecture given by Texas A&M University health and kinesiology professor Idethia S. Harvey, “Diabetes is a Struggle,” to the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Center for Black Studies Research.

In this talk, Harvey said the high rate of Type 2 diabetes among rural Black Americans can be traced to “stressors” faced by this community such as poverty, substance abuse issues, and food deserts.

This article was written for the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Division of Humanities and Fine Arts’s website.

The Future Of Research: Merging Science with Art and Music

Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin was a featured Corwin Chair University of California, Santa Barbara’s Music Department series speaker.

In a special presentation, Kuchera-Morin shared her history as a composer and the chief scientist of UC Santa Barbara’s revolutionary data visualization tool the AlloSphere. There Kuchera-Morin realized that the future of scientific research is having STEM fields collaborate with artists and composers.

This article was written for the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Division of Humanities and Fine Arts’s website.

“Migrant Longing” : Family letters humanize Latinx migrants

UC Santa Barbara historian Miroslava Chávez-García, discusses her latest book Migrant Longing: Letter Writing Across the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.

In a personal twist, Chávez-García’s book shares her own parents’ letters and journey as an example of how Latinx migrants are more than just “cogs in U.S. history.”

This article was written for the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Division of Humanities and Fine Arts’s website.

Nicaragua: How Social Justice and Grief Go Hand in Hand

University of Southern California Ph.D. student Emilia Yang, a member of the Nicaraguan Association of Mothers of April, spoke at UC Santa Barbara event “Social Movements, Identity, and Resistance in Contemporary Nicaragua” tertulia – an informal discussion on politics and culture – hosted by the Latin American and Iberian Studies program.

This article was written for the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Division of Humanities and Fine Arts’s website.

Tackling Racism in Technology

UC Santa Barbara’s Center for Black Studies Research and Multi-Cultural Center sponsored an Anti-Blackness & Technology panel.

Panelists were UCLA information studies professor Safiya Umoja Noble, African American studies professor Ruha Benjamin of Princeton University, scholar of Black digital media at Georgia Tech André Brock, and Charlton Mcllwain a New York University media and communications professor.

This article was written for the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Division of Humanities and Fine Arts’s website.

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