Despite the rainy weather, Iranian students gathered on March 13 to celebrate Chaharshanben Soori, the Persian New Year celebration.
“No Look Pass,” screened at UC Santa Cruz on Feb. 22, is a documentary portraying the life of basketball player Emily Tay. The film captures Tay’s personal conflicts of being raised by Burmese immigrant parents while attending Harvard University and playing basketball.
In a transformed Porter/Kresge Dining Hall, under a glittering disco ball, students gathered for the second annual Queer Prom. Held March 2, Queer Prom was hosted by the Queer Student Union (QSU) and Delta Lambda Psi (DLP).
City on a Hill Press had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with Van Jones before his campus address Feb. 21. Jones touched on topics ranging from green jobs to entrepreneurship and activism. City on a Hill Press: How feasible do you think it is for green jobs to stay in the United States? Are green [...]
On February 15, over 350 students, professors, and community members gathered at the Humanities Lecture Hall to hear James Fadiman speak about psychedelic drugs.
Van Jones visits UC Santa Cruz to present his “Rebuild the Dream” organization.
Yadira de la Riva, UCSC Alum, gives a life theatrical performance on her past experiences living on the border of El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico.
Speakers, faculty and administrative personal come together in “Breaking the Silence” forum to discuss issues of hate and bias on the UCSC campus.
UCSC graduate student alumna Rupa Dhillon designed an innovative game for blind and sighted players, named Rock Vibe, which uses digital vibratory technology to enhance gameplay for those who are visually impaired.
Dr. Marla Wyche-Hall is introduced as the new director of the AARCC.