Question: What would you dip in chocolate?
Below is a list of some local crimes and arrests that happened over the past week. All information is provided by the Santa Cruz Police Department. Suspect arrested for sexual battery Jan. 15, 3:48 a.m. — A subject was arrested in the 100 block of Maple Street for sexual battery. The suspect was booked into [...]
UC Santa Cruz was host to the West Coast Conference for Women in Physics, where attendees discussed the role they play in the field and their opportunities for success.
On Jan. 12, thousands upon thousands of people died in a tragic 7.0 earthquake in impoverished Haiti. With the onset of text message donations sparked through social networking, raising money is imperative.
A recent fascination with the American realist painter Edward Hopper has given me a fresh and innovative approach toward my photography. Adopting Hopper’s methods when portraying the austerity of an urban landscape, I incorporated the harsh lines and large shapes commonly found in a city into each composition. I tried to concentrate on figures representing [...]
UC Santa Cruz’s quarterly “Living Writers” lecture series kicked off on Jan. 13, aiming to tackle potential imbalances in history due to a previous male monopoly over the field. The lineup includes nine female writers devoted to showing history through a double lens.
Local duo injects imagination into the veins of student music.
Last week the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk signed on as the official sponsor of the third-stage finish for the Amgen Tour of California, affirming that the famous bike race will be making a return to the city in 2010. Organizers are hoping it will be an even bigger success than last year, with a larger venue for the finish line and a variety of local sponsors.
Fees push first-year student back to Michigan, despite his happiness at UCSC.