Student DJ gives an inside look at electronic music production.
World famous surfer and local to the Santa Cruz community, Darryl “Flea” Virostko takes recovery to another level with his non-profit organization Fleahab. Started in 2010, Fleahab aims to “provide a sober living environment, created to integrate exercise and a healthy lifestyle into the recovery process for those afflicted with drug or alcohol addiction.”
In a sit-down interview, UC student Regent Jonathan Stein expressed the need for students across all 10 campuses to organize together to protect their education at the University of California. Watch the recorded video of the Oct. 19 group Q&A session with Stein and student Regent-designate Cinthia Flores at sctv28.com
UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal and executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway sat down with student media organizations on Feb. 6 to discuss issues facing the university.
Dr. Marla Wyche-Hall is introduced as the new director of the AARCC.
Recently, City on a Hill Press talked with Jennifer Contreras, runner on the Cross Country team. Contreras talked about how balancing school and running, her passion.
One night in November of last year, John and Sue, both participants of Occupy Santa Cruz, threw a brick through the window of the Wells Fargo building downtown, just a few blocks from where they live. City on a Hill Press recently sat down with the pair to learn more about Occupy Santa Cruz, from an insider’s perspective — as well as what led them to vandalism for the sake of a cause.
Wooksik Cheong, a representative of the South Korean NGO Peace Network, recently visited UC Santa Cruz to discuss the disputed construction of a South Korean naval base on Jeju Island, a South Korean island off the southernmost tip of the mainland.
In a formal roundtable setting, the various student media organizations on the UCSC campus met with Chancellor Blumenthal and EVC Galloway to discuss issues pertinent to the UCSC student body at large.
This week City on a Hill Press held an email interview with Jake Brenner, a graduate of California Polytechnic State University and founder of HouseBiscuits.com, a website resource for students at UCSC and across the country who are in search of reviews for houses in their college towns.