In a tough financial climate, the administrative body has made a budgetary decision that considers students’ demands — cutting from the top. This cut, while painful (especially considering that executive vice chancellor of student affairs Felicia McGinty was one of the few administrators of color), shows that the administration is willing to look internally to front some of the burden.
What is arguably one of the largest events on campus, 4/20 comes and goes in a cloud of smoke and ash.
In the face of economic downturn, a newly assembled Athletic Task Force tackles tough decisions about the future of sports at UCSC.
Classroom Unit I was filled to more than half of its capacity as students, administrators and faculty addressed concerns about the ongoing budget crisis and program cuts at the Student Union Assembly (SUA)’s town hall meeting last Wednesday.
Though budget cuts have recently been a major point of contention between students and UC Santa Cruz administration, that fact was hard to discern at a recent town hall meeting held in response to the statewide budget crunch.