Thanks to increased publicity by the NFL, concussions have become the en vogue topic in sports right now, and for good reason — 1 in 10 athletes suffer from one every year. But from Santa Cruz to Sacramento, coaches and congressmen alike are ramping up efforts to keep athletes safe.
After reading an article about home décor and various ways people express themselves, I became interested in how college students decorate their rooms to share their passions, hobbies, or to say something about themselves. I used this photo essay as an opportunity to venture into the rooms of freshmen residing in College Eight. From movie [...]
Rachel Flotard, frontwoman for punk-rock throwback Visqueen, sat down with City on a Hill Press to discuss her influences, background, and affinity for Wonder bread with barbecue sauce.
Question: Cash for gold or cats for gold? What would you do with your cats or cash?
To reveal a more in-depth and extensive look at African-American history, African American Theater Arts Troupe (AATAT) founder Don Williams chose to direct “These People Can Fly.”
PG&E-managed nuclear power plant applies for license renewal.
Campus animal rights group asks the university to follow through on their promise to transition to cage-free eggs in 2010
Local Minor League Football holds tryouts targeting UCSC students.
Flooding at UCSC and within the city of Santa Cruz poses a threat, both to students’ ability to be educated and the safety of campus and community members.