For many years, UCSC was the only UC without an ethnic studies program. Four years after the initial proposal, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies will be offered to undergraduates as a major and to graduate students as a designated emphasis, the graduate equivalent of a minor.
Regents Vote to Not Divest from Fossil Fuels During a meeting in September, the UC Regents voted against divestment from fossil fuels after a task...
Saturday mornings for women in the Blaine Street medium security jail in Santa Cruz is a time to self-reflect through art projects, such as writing letters to their future selves in an attempt to encourage rehabilitation.
With the anniversary of UC President Janet Napolitano’s appointment, the UC Office of the President invited student journalists to ask President Napolitano questions regarding her first year as well as her initiatives moving forward.
City on a Hill Press takes a deeper look at each stage of the admissions funnel in the past five years to understand the changes in the size of UCSC's student body.
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.
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Santa Cruz residents took to the streets in solidarity with the people of Ferguson, Missouri following the death of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
Finding an apartment and settling in can be a tricky process. Here are some tips to ease the transition from on-campus to off-campus housing.
There is a lot to do in Santa Cruz, especially during the weekend, but it can be hard to find some of the best locales if you don’t know where to look. We’ve put a short list together of some of the best attractions in our city by the sea.