The Superior Court of Santa Cruz County ruled homeless activist Becky Johnson to be in violation of the unreasonably disturbing noises clause of Santa Cruz’s noise ordinance. The judges defended the language of the ordinance against claims of vagueness and unconstitutionality.
Slug basketball has improved over the past few years from an intramural program to a recruited team. Despite their recent loss to Chapman University, UCSC basketball has the chops to make it into the upper-tier in the future.
Last season, men’s volleyball was a step away from being crowned the top team in the country in Division III. After finishing second in the nation, UCSC enters 2011with a tough task: replacing four graduated senior starters and, all the while, competing for a national championship.
Further establishing itself as a hotbed of environmental forwardness, the city takes on a new role as overseers of a Green Business Measurement Tool and Tracker, meant to monitor the effectiveness of green business practices as well create a network of certified green businesses.
This week the Regents are meeting in San Diego to discuss the financial matters regarding the future of the UC System.
As a result of appeals to the student judicial committee, some students are no longer being held monetarily responsible for damages to Kerr Hall incurred during the November 2009 occupation. These decisions come after public objection to the university’s judicial processes.
The Tannery Arts Center opened to low-income residents just under two years ago. At its maximum capacity of 260 residents, there’s very little space for those on the wait list to move in. What’s more, the wait list has recently closed. While the Tannery Center is a specialized project, it is evident that this situation is not a unique one across the city.
At the start of every quarter the UCSC campus becomes a bustling epicenter of commotion as students go from class to class trying to crash courses. Hear the stories from our fellow peers about their trials and tribulations with the art, or lack thereof, of crashing classes.