In wake of recent budget cuts, UC spending on bottled water raises concerns about the university’s priorities.
Headquartered in Santa Cruz, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) wades through heaps of stigma in its international effort to find medical applications for psychedelics.
The administrations over-the-top reaction to the peaceful student sit-in this past week is just further proof of relationships between student and staff being pushed to the breaking point. Now is the time to reassess how we react, and more importantly, how we can depend on one another.
Forty-odd years since it first appeared on Broadway, “Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” still manages to draw in the crowds. The play brings its on a wild trip filled with 1960s nostalgia, youthful exuberance, and brazen nudity.
With a new photography contest, Bookshop Santa Cruz is reaching out to the community, showcasing some of the best photography in the county.
Students are taking art into their own hands. Comic illustration has become the focus of a new Spring seminar.
Santa Cruz’s favorite local crepe joint, “the Crepe Place”, hosts artists from all over the world in its venue nearly every night. Not only does it make great food, it books some great shows.
The sixth annual Tour of California makes its second return to Santa Cruz in as many years, with one small change: the finish line shifted from downtown to the iconic Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
May 18 and 19 Walk Out to Education held on UCSC campus, some classes move outside for student discussion.