It’s Bigger Than Santa Cruz

The Atrium provided the perfect intimate setting for artists and audience members alike to connect over their mutual love of hip-hop, when dead prez...

TPS Repeal Leaves Students Uncertain

After over 16 years of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) renewals by the Republican Bush administration and the Democratic Obama administration, President Donald Trump’s administration...

Santa Cruz Intensifies Water Restrictions

Starting next month, Santa Cruzans must abide by increased restrictions on water usage or face penalty fees of up to $500.

Standing up for their Rights

Supporters of Planned Parenthood took over Pacific Avenue on Feb. 11 in a demonstration that drew hundreds in to a crowd that stretched three...

Common Code

During their lunch break, students at Branciforte Middle School in Santa Cruz are building a fence for sheep and creating snowmen and dogs. This...

Diversity Center Celebrates 25 Years

When Steve Weybright returned to Santa Cruz from the Vietnam War after 15 years, he found that he didn’t know anyone. Going back to...

CA Rings in 2016 With Tighter Gun Control

On Jan. 1, three news laws and provisions to existing laws regarding firearms went into effect in California: SB 199, SB 707 and AB 1014....

Riding to Fight AIDS

More than 200 cyclists will ride along the coast through Aptos, Santa Cruz and Watsonville to raise money to fight AIDS for the 14th annual Surf City AIDS Ride this Sunday. The 100 mile ride is the largest contributor to the Santa Cruz AIDS Project.

Q&A with Calif. Gubernatorial Candidate Delaine Eastin

Democrat Delaine Eastin, former state superintendent of public instruction and the only female Democratic candidate running in California’s 2018 gubernatorial race, came to Santa...


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