I knew I was in for a hell of a weekend when our caravan got pulled over waiting in a line of cars leading to the front gate of Sasquatch! Music Festival. The Washington police department seemed less than pleased with our impromptu dance party. After a strict lecture about roadside safety, we were free [...]
Last month the US Supreme Court ordered the state of California to reduce the number of inmates in its prisons by about 46,000. But is the problem really about accommodation, or the means that brought the convicts there in the first place?
In light of the nonavailability of fine arts courses in the art department, third year Lukas Flynn is considering abandoning the degree that he came to UC Santa Cruz to pursue. Flynn will not be able to graduate in time, if he sticks to courses that are in his area of interest in the art department.
Question: Who is going to be the next Oprah? And what will they give away?
UCSC’s $34 million in budget cuts will affect a staff and faculty already stretched thin financially . The administration will try and protect Students’ courses needed for graduation.
Thirty years ago this Sunday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported for the first time the case of five gay men in Los Angeles who contracted what was then interpreted as a rare form of pneumonia. Little did anyone know that this “pneumonia” would turn into a global pandemic that would kill nearly [...]
In the May 29 article “What the Athletes Eat” Chelsea Henry was incorrectly identified as captain of the UCSC women’s water polo team. Henry is captain of the UCSC women’s swim team.
On May 24, executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway hosted a forum to bridge the gap between student and faculty discussions on the possible inclusion of an ethnic studies program.
This week City on a Hill Press held an email interview with Jake Brenner, a graduate of California Polytechnic State University and founder of HouseBiscuits.com, a website resource for students at UCSC and across the country who are in search of reviews for houses in their college towns.
On June 4, Atlantis Fantasyworld — a local comic book shop famous for appearing in “The Lost Boys” — will hold a special event featuring a screening of a movie about the first Bay Area Star Trek convention, a book signing with former Star Trek actress Joanne Linville, and a special celebration to bring 2T2 of “Captain Cosmic” fame out of storage.