As the debate over the potential closure of the American studies major continues, an exchange student offers an outside perspective on the issue, questioning just how much the loss of the department will affect UCSC.
Question: Do corporations’ political affiliations affect your decision to do business with them?
Question: Who does a better job of protecting UCSC: UCPD or LARPers (live-action role players)?
Twenty-nine vendors tempted the Santa Cruz community with chocolates this Sunday at the Women’s Club’s annual fundraiser at the Cocoanut Grove. Proceeds will fund scholarships for UCSC re-entry students.
Letters to the Editor for Volume 45 Issue 14.
Trying to reconcile desires with morals can be difficult for anybody. Writer Blair Stenvick struggles with whether to shop at retail giant Urban Outfitters.
Santa Cruz recently hosted Surfing America Prime Series. The best under-18 amateur surfers in the world competed for a spot on the national team.
Americans spend exorbitant amounts of money on food for Super Bowl Sunday parties. But unlike Christmas and Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl isn’t considered a day to give. We need to make charity a part of this American “holiday.”
The Santa Cruz Police Department brings members of the community and law enforcement together through a new volunteer program. The program, which is currently accepting applications, will allow civilians to aid in tasks vital to the police department in its goal of upholding public safety.