Destination Higher Education takes place April 11 to 13, introducing high school students from low income communities all over California to not only what UCSC has to offer, but also to the benefits of higher education.
Proposition 30 looks to bring new funding to education.
The Cabrillo College graduation ceremony signifies a new chapter in the lives of students who have obtained degrees and certifications, but the job market they are about to enter is anything but hopeful as the worst jobs report of the year is announced for last month and budget cuts loom large on the horizon.
The Student Union Association holds a forum on the 2012-2013 budget with Executive Vice Chancellor Alison Galloway. Approximately $18-$20 million will be cut from UC Santa Cruz’s budget if Governor Brown’s tax initiative are not passed in November.
The Walnut Avenue Women’s Center and other concerned community members rallied to spare childcare from state budget cuts
UCSC admits record number of out of state students for Fall 2012, following a general trend set by other UCs.
UCSC Professor of Agroecology and UCSC students talk about programs like CAN and PICA and their commitment to sustainable models of living. However, in midst of the “budget crisis,” the future of these programs is uncertain. Learn some of the reasons why these programs deserve our attention.
The Walnut Avenue Women’s Center, which has helped countless women, men and children heal after experiencing poverty and abuse, reaches out to the community for financial support to continue services.
March 1st Day of Action followed by March 5th march on Capitol. Former draws hundreds, latter draws thousands.
Despite the drizzle and an escalated altercation with a vehicle, protesters turned out in force, and workshops were held at the March 1st Day of Action.