Auditors will focus on the University of California Office of the President’s spending.
New student group hopes to inspire dialogue and activism.
Women’s lacrosse returns to campus.
Manning a 12-person slug puppet and a rolling stereo sound system, about 40 students marched throughout the UCSC campus on Monday, March 1 from Noon to 2 p.m.
OP-Ed: The state government is finally implementing an external audit for the UC. The increase in transparency couldn’t come soon enough.
Five students arrested after demonstrating inside the Capitol.
OP-ED: Racism is wrong. We all know this. But the events of the past weeks, which culminated in the discovery of a noose in UC San Diego’s library, have reminded us that not all acts of hatred stick out like white hoods and color-coded seating.
Faced with cuts to domestic abuse programs statewide, the Walnut Avenue Women’s Center works to remain steady on its own two feet. Agave Agape, a tequila-tasting fundraiser, provides an opportunity for the Santa Cruz community to give back to an organization that has helped countless women and families.
Local and state government officials prepare for the census and want to be sure that no one is left out.
Climbing in Santa Cruz is more than a sport — for many, it is a lifestyle. Young and old, experienced and new, the climbers of Santa Cruz adventure to new places to scale rocks.