Who the Hell Asked You?! Question: If a meteoroid hit Santa Cruz, which fictional president would help Santa Cruz? Make a decision, and quick… we’ve only got 24 hours to save the world!
Veteran’s Day has come and gone, but soldiers, dead and alive, deserve our thanks and support every day of the year. My grandfather, an army private in World War II, took his young, naive eldest grandchild to our town’s Memorial Day ceremonies every year, leaving me with memories I haven’t been mature enough to come mature enough until adulthood.
Community Studies is still here. Despite the fact that since last spring, the noise around the fact that cuts to the major has died down, Community Studies department and supporters are still trying to figure out what the future will look like.
Misinformation is the enemy of progress toward solutions that will preserve excellence and access within all 10 campuses of the University of California.
Santa Cruz boasts two Tier-1 Ultimate Frisbee teams on campus, “The Slugs” and “Sol.” City on a Hill Press takes a closer look at the sport and the community that has evolved around it. The Ultimate Frisbee season kicks off with the Sean Ryan Invitational Tournament on November 14 and 15.
The University of California (UC) Regents will vote Nov. 18 on whether or not to increase undergraduate educational fees by a total of 32 percent, or approximately $2,500, starting next school year. By raising fees, regents and the University Office of the President (UCOP) plan to make up for a loss of state funds.
On Nov. 18, the UC Regents will vote to increase student fees yet again— but not before students mobilize once more.
It’s that time again. Halloween is over, the first round of midterms have taken their toll, and the holiday breaks are looking more and more inviting. It is our annual season of family, celebration, and especially in these hard times, a season of giving. Santa Cruz county has been proven to reflect this generous spirit, boasting various food and coat drives and donation centers around the city. So round up those last few cans of untouched food or that outgrown sweater from your grandmother and do some community good with them. Because while they may be taking up the back corners of your cabinets or catching dust in your closet, they just might make someone’s holiday.