“UCSC and my professors helped build a great base for me,” said Feuerhaken. “It motivated me to create my own business. It was a space that helped me with dealing with numbers and financial statements. I truly am thankful for the environment that was so helpful, positive, and beautiful.”
UCSC alumnus Kenneth Feingold will serve first as an alumni regent designate beginning July 1, 2012, followed by 12-month term as a full, voting member of the board.
UCSC swimming and diving team is known for its tenacity and size – they have 75 swimmers in their ranks. As a result, the team needs money, and lots of it. The team uses former swimmers to raise money.
The UCSC Distinguished Alumna of the Year spoke at the Namaste Lounge to a crowd of LALS and politics students, some of whom crowded on the floor around the Council on Foreign Relations guru.
Team Krinoid, a game development studio comprised of UCSC alumni, recently released its first game Syz EG for the iPad, and are already beginning work on their next venture.
City on a Hill Press sits down with UCSC alumna Callan Hajosy who has just bought a one-way ticket to Arusha, Tanzania, where she will be working to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS through education for five months in the tiny village of Mateves.
Instrumental band Silian Rail is playing Santa Cruz’s own Caffé Pergolesi on April 14 in support of the deluxe, vinyl release of their second album, “Parhelion.”
This week in news features a report on sexual battery allegations against UC student regent Jesse Cheng, a $1 million donation for the Baskin School of Engineering and accolades for an alumna journalist.
City on a Hill Press recently sat down with alumni Elizabeth Gordon to talk about her upcoming web-comedy series “Dumbass Filmmakers,” a self described heartwarming parody on the entertainment business.
Brothers Benjamin and Peter Bratt visit UCSC and speak about their new movie, “La Mission.”