UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal and executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway sat down on April 14 with student media organizations to discuss issues facing the university. City on a Hill Press, KZSC, SCTV, TWANAS and The Fish Rap Live! touched on the topics of decentralization and the $500 million cut to the UC system.
What’s going on at UCSC and around Santa Cruz for the week of April 21 – April 27.
The United States prides itself on being the country where justice is served in an orderly and complete fashion. While Americans have been made aware of the fact that this is more a fallacy than a complete truth time and time again, this adage is a complete farce when it comes to the United States military, which has allegedly been covering up cases of sexual assault and rape for years.
Corrections from Volume 45 Issue 24.
Orienteers share their thoughts on one of the lesser-known sports in America, which participants dub a cross between math and P.E.
One of the chemicals used to create the infamous lethal injection cocktail, sodium thiopental, has become near impossible for states to obtain. States like Texas have tried to implement the use of pentobarbital, a drug used in the euthanization of animals, but at what ethical costs are we willing to risk with such a ethically difficult form of justice.
Santa Cruz Water District and Santa Cruz community members weigh in on the possible implications of bringing a desalination plant to Santa Cruz as a supplemental source of water during periods of drought.
This week, City on a Hill Press illustrators bring you an amalgamation of images done “off the clock,” delving into various styles. From the realistic to the otherworldly, our artists tap into the senses and let their imaginations run wild.
Question: Do you think that water desalination is a necessary step in coping with California’s potential water shortage? Why or why not?
An American studies major who switched to that major after community studies was eliminated now finds herself experiencing a case of deja vu.