Theater arts technicians bring stories to life.
I love being in beautiful landscapes. Part of the reason why I decided to come to UC Santa Cruz was because of its natural beauty, so I thought it would be fitting to show my perception of my new home as a freshman. I come from Los Angeles and one thing that reminds me of home [...]
If you walk down Santa Cruz’s Pacific Avenue, you may find yourself surrounded by music of all types. This popular street serves as a free and open venue for local musicians to perform for the public. Guitarists, saxophonists, flautists and many other types of musicians come to the streets to share their music. Peter Lindener, [...]
Behind a towering forest of 50-foot tall rolls of paper, the soft droning of the Goss Community Press Machine materializes thousands of newspapers shooting out of the Count-o-Veyor, landing hot off the press. Smells of petroleum and metal breeze through the 50,000 square-foot warehouse, giving the notion that this is no ordinary job.
In this week’s Through Our Lens Sal Ingram takes a walk through Natural Bridges State Park for some early morning shots of the tide pools there.
PRIDE saw a march through campus ending in a festival in the lower street of Kresge college. The street was packed with people celebrating and joining in the seventh annual PRIDE celebration.
UCLA DANCE MARATHON Since its inception in 2002, DM has sought to empower the UCLA campus community in the fight against pediatric AIDS, raising awareness about the importance of HIV education and testing and helping young people make a difference in halting the spread of this critical, preventable disease. The proceeds benefit the Elizabeth Glaser [...]
City on a Hill Press illustrators share their views on love and relationships.
Photographer Morgan Grana explores the city of Seattle, WA.
This week, our illustrators offer comic relief in the face of issues students are up against. With police brutality against the Occupy movement — including the categorization of arms linked in protest as “violent” by the UCPD — the fleeing regents, and the tuition hike proposal that they’re dodging, we still have the funnies, right?