A new city policy that attempts to keep landlords in check with increased requirements for rental home maintenance and registration fees is not sitting well with some Santa Cruz landlords, who say they are being unfairly targeted.
From watercolor paintings to lithography, there’s a conglomerate of artists in Santa Cruz who have opened their doors to let people in on their creative process.
With elections just around the corner, Yes and No Prop 19 campaigners are doing their best to get their campaign message out there. UCSC students are also doing their share to contribute.
After having $1.9 million cut, the McHenry Library now has five iPads for checkout — how completely unnecessary.
Through the Walnut Avenue Women’s Center, students mentor kids who witness domestic violence. By providing a safe space for personal expression, mentors model healthy relationships.
Queer and allied students held a remembrance event, teach-in and vigil in response to recent LGBTIQ youth suicides across the country, and to increase awareness and acceptance on campus.
McHenry Library now allows students to check out iPads, as part of a new pilot program to test the device’s popularity among students. Meanwhile, students question the allocation of university funds toward this new program.
The California state budget has been passed, distributing funding for the higher education system. Money will go to fund restoration, student enrollment, UC building projects and Cal Grants.
Local aspiring farmers can now turn their dreams into reality thanks to the Salinas-based Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association, which offers a six-month training program that helps green-thumbed individuals become organic farmers.
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