The weather forecast called for rain, but a crowd of hundreds descended on the Porter Meadow for this year’s 4/20 celebration.
CalGrants, Fees, and Resolutions Sacramento, April 20: The Assembly Committee on Higher Education passed Assembly Bill 2447, pushing it forward to the California State Assembly for a vote. According to the bill’s author, Assemblymember Warren Furutani (D, Los Angeles)’s website, AB 2447 “matches [the] CalGrant award to the current standard of living by automatically increasing the [...]
A minor fire in McHenry last Thursday, caused by an overheated electrical cord, has led to the library’s closure this past week, along with an extensive cleanup of bookshelves, computers, and furniture.
Question: Crunchwraps or blunt wraps?
The reaction to a Cabrillo College student’s newspaper article raises questions about the appropriateness of sexual content in journalism.
Local nonprofit organization, Save Our Shores, conducts cleanups to preserve the the bay.
The amount of green has exploded, and is growing. We’re not talking about Earth Day. Or even 4/20. We’re talking about the $5.4 billion in bonuses being shoveled into the bank accounts of executives at investment firm Goldman Sachs. The incentives serve as a reward for making risky financial transactions that can tear an entire [...]
The plastic revolution is over. Once valued for its low cost, malleability, and durability, a plastic bag doesn’t last much longer than the duration of the trip from grocery store to home. The plastic itself outlives its usefulness, possibly taking hundreds of years to break down. Amid protestations from the plastics industry, Santa Cruz County [...]
Volleyball ready to get back to work after championship loss.