UC business schools unveiled a fellowship for HBCU Students on Tuesday in renewed efforts to diversify the undergraduate student pool.
It started with a Facebook campaign but now it could be a reality, as In-N-Out could finally come to the city of Santa Cruz. The idea has been tossed around before, being stopped mostly by the legal drive-through limitations, but the hype is hitting an all-time high.
“Do you know what’s in your food? What about your baby’s food? The average baby food sits on a shelf for two years before ending [up] in front of your child,” said Jackie Olin, one of seven finalists in UC Santa Cruz’s first-ever Business Plan Competition (BPC), as she presented her business plan to a panel of judges. Olin, a recent UCSC graduate, was not only a finalist but also the winner of the competition.