Women’s March on the Nation

Women's March on the Nation In 2011, Donald Trump sent a New York Times column he disagreed with back to its columnist, Gail Collins, with...

No More Business as Usual

Two months of deliberation and tension culminated on the morning of Inauguration Day when a group of demonstrators descended from UC Santa Cruz to...

“Nadie es ilegal”

Following Santa Cruz’s thirty-year sanctuary status, Santa Cruz City Council members voted unanimously on Jan. 10 to remain a sanctuary city for undocumented residents. Throughout...

Campus March Against Trump Inauguration Begins

Over 100 students and community members gathered in the quarry plaza around 10:30 a.m. to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump. They left to...

Fighting for a Living Wage

Christa Mercado, a fleet service coordinator at UC Santa Cruz, marched alongside her coworkers, fellow union members and allies at UCSCs west entrance at...

Home for the Holidays

Every December, thousands of students shake off the stress of finals and pack up to head home, excited by the idea of relaxation and...

The Search for a New SUA President

Student Union Assembly (SUA) President Ray Inoue announced he will be resigning from his position at the end of fall quarter. Inoue, who ran...

In Memoriam: Alexandria Arceneaux

Each year in Alexandria Arceneaux’s home in Lawndale, California, a different person is chosen to decorate the Christmas tree with the colors of their...

Fighting Back

When George H.W. Bush was elected president, City on a Hill Press blacked out the cover. Tuesday night — nearly 30 years later —...

The Voices of the Voteless

*Last names have been withheld to protect the sources’ identities. Over an estimated 100 million voters will head to the polls to cast their votes,...


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