Here are the events for the last week of winter quarter.
As a young boy, I would meander down the train tracks of my hometown — sometimes to pass summer days with friends, sometimes to think and spend time alone. It wasn’t dangerous, because the Novato train station hadn’t seen a single train come by since it burned down. It’s been a long time since then [...]
Alta Gracia is the first garment factory in the world that provides for over 300 universities while paying workers living wages.
With full body costumes that cover even his face and his accordion, Frank Lima, also known as The Great Morgani, is quite the street performer, entertaining the community with his class and music.
The University of California Office of the President recently established a new budget proposal that would decentralize funds and tax each UC campus for central projects. After a recent meeting between SUA and executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway. However, UCSC decided not to implement this 2 percent tax at this time.
Live-action role-playing, or LARPing, has been around for years, yet the general public either hasn’t heard of it or considers it a turbo geek game. LARPing lets players seek out alternate worlds and identities. Some consider it to be a form of art, while others consider it escapism. Where does this desire to role-play come from?
Mustache March has become a time for young gentlemen — usually unemployed — to try their hand at a great mustache. Yet, you must understand that growing a ‘stache is a real commitment. To wear it right, you must embody the persona of the lip-hair style.
As redevelopment agencies across the state of California get the ax, local city council members voted to sell bonds to JP Morgan in a last effort to protect funds for local projects. Under Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget, the tax revenue meant for redevelopment agencies would be redirected to the state.
Unions in Wisconsin are protesting against the possibility of losing their collective bargaining rights. As students against the emerging American plutocracy, we support their efforts.
Local non-profit Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International is implementing new domestic violence prevention programming, thanks to a $90,000 grant it received from the Verizon Foundation. Watsonville police chief Manny Solano and executive director of Kidpower Irene van der Zande are partnering to address “people safety” in the Santa Cruz community and internationally.