The students of UC Santa Cruz volunteer their time and effort to help the Santa Cruz AIDS Project, devoting long hours and donating thousands of dollars to help members of the community living with AIDS.
Santa Cruz residents walk past them on Pacific Avenue everyday, but rarely do we see them for their talent. Street musicians. From guitar, to mandolin, to drums, to flutes, performers are doing what they love.
Question: Street performers in Santa Cruz have received $445 citations for making “unreasonably loud noises.” What’s your take on this?
Question: What is the most memorable piece of bathroom graffiti you have seen?
Campus Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor (EVC) David Kliger released the campus budget reduction plans on April 1 for the 2010-11 fiscal year. The plans detail how UCSC will distribute cuts of approximately $8.2 million, or 4.5 percent of the university’s overall budget, a cut that is substantially lower than the $19.5 million reductions last year.
A year after Dean of Social Sciences Kamieniecki recommended controversial cuts to the Community Studies Department, the UC Santa Cruz Academic Senate’s Committee on Educational Policy (CEP) announced that the major has been suspended.
Class enrollment horror stories are always plentiful at the start of every quarter, but the straights are becoming increasingly dire as budget cuts have led to a decrease in the total number of general education and upper division courses being offered each quarter.
The Bodies, Brokers, and Borders conference, hosted by Oakes College this past weekend, opens a forum for migrant labor to finally come to the forefront.
Last weekend I went to Wondercon. Wondercon is a comic convention in San Francisco at the Moscone Center. I was there for a portfolio review and while I was there I also decided to take several pictures of the visitors, guests, and exhibitors at Wondercon. The floor was packed with NNNNEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRDSSSSSSSSSS! Also, interesting peoples. I [...]