The government’s narrow avoidance of shutting down on Friday highlights everything that’s wrong with party politics — there’s just no grey in red, white and blue.
In the first edition of Community Chest, UCSC politics professor Daniel Wirls explains how he got into academia, his stance on political activism at UCSC and his passion for teaching.
Unions in Wisconsin are protesting against the possibility of losing their collective bargaining rights. As students against the emerging American plutocracy, we support their efforts.
Sarah Palin contributes to violence in politics through “crosshairs” ad.
While the UC Santa Cruz library digitizes the Grateful Dead Archive, Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) chooses to misrepresent the project for political gain.
Home may be where the heart is, but should not be what defines the politician. That is the lesson that the viewer should take away from “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” despite its entertainment value.
Amidst an economic recession, Gubernatorial candidates Whitman and Brown break spending records and utilize smear tactics that damage legitimacy of election.
The Secular Student Alliance channels the atheist worldview into political action, focusing on human rights issues and advocating for the separation of church and state. Both on campus and in the surrounding community, atheists collaborate toward their shared goals.
State assemblyman Bill Monning speaks to City on a Hill Press about health care, the 2010 governor’s race and biggest issues facing California.
After several months of intense debate, scrutiny and name-calling amongst Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate, President Barack Obama signed his heavily touted health care reform package into law last Wednesday, marking the biggest overhaul of the United States health care system since Theodore Roosevelt’s term in office. But how will this affect Santa Cruz residents?