In this week’s Community Chest, City on a Hill Press spoke with environmental science professor and researcher Michael Loik. Loik explains his passion for natural values of the world and his genuine concern for the health of our planet.
This week’s Community Chest highlights Chris Silva, a third-year UC Santa Cruz student who actively engages in volunteerism. As the director of the Student Volunteer Center, Silva looks to bring his extensive past volunteer experience to bear.
This week in community chest, City on a Hill talks to Carolyn Rodriguez and Michelle Neumann, student organizers for the upcoming ‘Heal the Earth’ event — an event focused on sustainability through an indigenous lens.
In this week’s Community Chest, City on a Hill Press interviewed DT Amajoyi, SUA’s newly elected commissioner of diversity.
In the final Community Chest of the quarter, City on a Hill Press sits down with director of SOAR Sayo Fujioka and discusses Cornel West, their year in review, and the future of SOAR and student organizations at UCSC.
In this week’s Community Chest, City on a Hill Press sat down with Amanda Timoney, a second-year from College Ten who is heading to Ghana.
Mollie Murphy, co-president of the UC Santa Cruz chapter of STAND and a Crown College fourth-year majoring in sociology. She was one of a dozen students who participated in a die-in event on May 5 to bring awareness of the genocide around the world to the UCSC students.
In this week’s Community Chest, City on a Hill Press sat down with Shelby Donaldson, a first-year from College Eight, who performed at this year’s Queer Fashion Show.
In this week’s Community Chest, UCSC lecturer Dennis Tibbetts explains why his class, titled American Combat Veterans, helps foster a positive environment that veterans and those interested in or associated with the military can be comfortable participating in.
City on a Hill Press sits down with UCSC students Gabi Kirk and Lindsey Roark, who are currently working toward ending the sale of plastic water bottles on campus and across the UC system.