Capitola Bans Commercial Marijuana

In addition to denying a building permit application to open a medical marijuana commercial grow, Capitola bans the sale of medical marijuana altogether.

Youths Break Silencing Effect of Bullying

“Love is love!” yelled teens as cars honked in solidarity. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) youth and allies gathered to share their experiences of oppression and progress.

Houseless Protest Downtown Cafés Over Claims of Discrimination

Around 40 individuals who are houseless rallied downtown on Jan. 25 to argue that several coffee shops and cafés have discriminated them based on their appearances.

Carmen Perez’s Call to Action

Carmen Perez, a UC Santa Cruz alumna and co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, is ranked no. 34 on Fortune Magazine’s “World’s Greatest...

The Same Old Story

Sequels, prequels, reboots and spin-offs — from “Ghostbusters” to “Beauty and the Beast,” media franchises are at the forefront of the entertainment industry. Of...

Protesting 99 Years of Denial

With their mouths covered by red tape, the students lowered themselves to the ground and formed a circle of bodies in the middle of...

‘From Ferguson to Palestine’ to Santa Cruz

By Montse Reyes & Ramona Parrotta “There has been an unbroken line of racist police killings since the era of slavery,” said scholar, author and...

Campus Looks to Enforce Smoking Ban

As of January 1st, UCSC will be implementing new policies, as directed by President Yudof, making it a smoke & tobacco free campus.

Student Arrested During Kresge Hate Crime Faces 15 Years in Prison

After a hate crime at a Kresge apartment last February, former UC Santa Cruz student and his mutual friend each face up to 15...

‘Highway Six’ Set to Appear in Court April 30

The six students who were arrested for blocking traffic on Highway 17 on March 3 and suspended from UC Santa Cruz until September 2016...


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