Food and Body, Combined

Feet with radishes growing out of them. Naked female figures with mushroom and lamp heads. And color — lots of color. In “Morphed: A...

Native Activism From a Family Perspective

All too often, the subjects observed in anthropological studies are not in control of their own story. However, authors like UC Santa Cruz anthropology...

Beach Flats Exhibit Rooted in Community

Draped in orange safety fence lining and gardening shovels, tall wooden boards bear text and photographs documenting the history of the Santa Cruz Beach...

COVE Podcast Redefining Conversations About Recovery

When Hayley Scott-Skinner joined the COVE, she intended to push boundaries and develop new, creative ways to engage the student body. Inspired by the...

Open studios: an inside look

The Elena Baskin Visual Arts Center bustles with activity this week as students work to complete the finishing touches on their artwork. It’ll be...

Open Mic For All

Bayanihan Activities, along with Alay, a print publication under Bayanihan, and Isang Himig, the a cappella group affiliated with Bayanihan, collaborated to create their...

For the Future

Tucked away in the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum are three geodesic domes housing 16 species of drought tolerant plants. The domes loom over the...

25 Years of Rainbow Theatre

Twenty-five years, 125 performances, endless applause. Rainbow Theatre’s 25th season opens with “Stop Kiss” and “Coloured Museum” — two plays that grapple with identity...

No No Boy ‘1942’ Tour

Colored videos and black and white photos flash on the projector screen behind the live performance of the duo No No Boy. The images...

Bringing Tradition to Life

Over 100 painted faces walk along Pacific Avenue, some in bright dresses with hair full of orange marigolds. Fe Silva-Robles, program director for Senderos,...
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