City Declares Fiscal Emergency, Puts Sales Tax on June Ballot

Santa Cruz City Council declared a fiscal emergency during the most recent meeting on Tuesday afternoon and moved to place a sales tax on...

All That’s Gold Isn’t Safe

The City of Santa Cruz was recognized as a “gold-level bicycle friendly community” by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) last year, but the...

‘Santa Cruz for Bernie’ on the Ballot

Just a few months ago, the small county of Santa Cruz generated a surprisingly large number. Fifty-nine percent of those who turned out in...

Fatal Hit and Run Suspect Arrested

The Santa Cruz Police Department (SCPD) has arrested Jesus Covarrubias, 26, of Rancho Cucamonga yesterday afternoon in connection to the hit an run on Oct....

Delivered to Your Doorstep

  Jamie Feaster calls it “Uber for Pot.” The marketing team at Eaze — an app and website where users can consult with doctors to...

We Are A Strong, Gentle People

“What does a community do when it is confronted by tragedy? Do we deny its existence?” -Sean Arlt, letter to the editor SC Sentinel Sean Arlt, who...

Calling for a Safe Return

Candles illuminated the night as the community gathered at the Town Clock in downtown Santa Cruz to honor the 43 university students who were...

Demonstration Held Outside of UC Regents Meeting

Photo by Chloe Reynolds While the public comment period of the July 18 UC regents meeting proceeded business as usual, a different scene unfolded outside...

Building a Community in a Weekend

Over the course of three days and two nights, high school seniors invited to UC Santa Cruz by Student Initiated Outreach (SIO) programs experienced more than the average Spring Spotlight tour.

Q&A with UCSC’s Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.)

What do you think of UCSC being an Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) designate? “The title “Hispanic” is a bit problematic in my opinion because the...
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