Eugene Negrete describes his experience finding his place between his Chicano heritage and queer orientation.
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.
Morgan Mathias shares her coming out story and her continuing journey as a queer individual.
Sincerely interested in people and conversation, Uyenmy Yamamoto opens up about her experiences and how she realized she was a queer woman.
How a simple interaction with her mom led one second-year coming out.
Paula and Mark Allen pursued social science degrees during their time at UCSC. Unsatisfied with the job market forced onto them, they’ve decided to team up and go back to basics with rural living.
In light of the nonavailability of fine arts courses in the art department, third year Lukas Flynn is considering abandoning the degree that he came to UC Santa Cruz to pursue. Flynn will not be able to graduate in time, if he sticks to courses that are in his area of interest in the art department.
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.
Noah Miska, one of 23 UC Santa Cruz students arrested at an attempted state capitol occupation last week, describes his journey from environmental advocate to student activist.
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.