Front page, bottom-right rectangle:under The Age of Drones, “Like it or not, drones are here to stay…” I beg your pardon. Who says so? I thought this was a Democracy. Who gets to decide whether drones are here to stay – we the people, or some predetermined dictatorial pronouncement? What’s the basis for this status [...]
What variables play a role in your mate selection process? Destinee Soto First-year, Kresge Human Biology “The smile and the personality and also how tall they are, because I’m a tall chick.” Jaric Swatdee First-year, College Ten Molecular, cell and developmental biology “That one connection that starts to make all the other connections. It starts [...]
Don Rothman, Senior Lecturer Emeritus in Writing, died in his sleep on Nov. 28 at the age of 67. He was a source of empowerment and support for many, many people.
Public Discourse, Issue No. 10
Public Discourse: What should be UC Santa Cruz’s top funding priority?
What is the last scientific discovery that changed the way you look at something?
The public answers City on a Hill Press’ public discourse question.
Letter submitted to the editor regarding a previous feature, “Elephants in the Room.”
Dear Students: As the workers who care for you and your campus, what we do is essential to UC’s ability to provide you with a world-class education. Our work isn’t glamorous, but we do it to support you – our future – and we take real pride in that. Today, we are engaged in a [...]
“Work on making classes less impacted … so it’s easier for students to enroll in prerequisites for their majors.” Paige Morehead Third-year, Merrill Psychology “Scrutinize the salaries and inefficiency of administrative personnel … and protect the interests of students and teachers.” Charles Hoffman Third-year, College Nine Business management and economics “Give students access to a [...]