Transforming the Tattoo Taboo

Tattoos — whether you have them or not, odds are you have an opinion about them. The Santa Cruz Tattoo and Music Festival invited over...

OPERS to Undertake $2 Million Pool Repair

UC Santa Cruz’s Office of Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (OPERS) is in the midst of planning an estimated $2 million project to replace...

Refusing to Relive the Past

President Donald Trump announced his updated travel ban on March 6, reminiscent of a dark chapter of history when 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans...

Shining the Spotlight on Black Theater

“Reach Out I’ll Be There” echoes throughout the room as lead character Chelle dances across the stage. She sings the famous Motown song in...

Stevenson Meets to Save Core

The Stevenson College community came together on Monday for a town hall style meeting to address some of the Academic Senate’s proposals to minimize...

Debunking Stigmas Around STIs

College campuses are places where people interact with new environments and ideas. They also provide a space to explore one’s sexuality. “College permits a lot...

Watsonville Protests Company’s Bid for Wall

About 150 residents gathered in Watsonville Plaza on Tuesday to protest Granite Construction, a company that recently bid to be one of the companies...

More Than a March

Signs waved in the air, bearing messages in protest of President Donald Trump’s administration and support of women’s rights. Protesters marched down Pacific Avenue...

Festival on the Upper Lawn

As the sun set and electric guitars echoed across Rachel Carson College Upper Lawn, students danced and sat on blankets at the second West...

Santa Cruz Wavers Under Broken Trust

Over 200 community members and leaders gathered at City Hall on Tuesday night, and filled the room to maximum occupancy while others sat outside...


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