Are you voting in Santa Cruz County on Tuesday? Feel overwhelmed by the litany of campaign signs and don’t know how to pair the faces with the names on the ballot? Check out our Santa Cruz City Council candidate spread to find out more about the candidates’ backgrounds and platforms.
After a sleepless night and a transatlantic flight, a sense of duty apparated in this writer’s mind. The man’s man is an endangered species in our small beach town and this tongue-in-cheek MANifesto fights for his right to survive and thrive at UCSC.
City on a Hill Press endorses Propositions 19, 21 and 25 and asks you to vote against Proposition 23. Check out our composite editorial to find out our reasoning behind these endorsements.
Amidst an economic recession, Gubernatorial candidates Whitman and Brown break spending records and utilize smear tactics that damage legitimacy of election.
Rain, a change in venue, and a four hour delay was not enough to stop the girls of Gamma Phi Beta from hosting its charity volleyball tournament last Sunday. The money raised at the event went towards Campfire USA, a not-for-profit youth development organization.
Transportation and Parking Services and collaborators named the remaining 70 percent of streets that existed without signs. This is the first time since the founding of UCSC that roads were named on campus.
After having jumped around the world, one skydiving enthusiast links Santa Cruz skies to its shorelines.
Campus concert series, Friday Night Live, kicked off with a performance by the Özgen Trio and the premiere of David Evan Jones’ latest composition, “News from Afar.”
Hoping to decrease UCSC’s carbon footprint and increase sustainability, concerned students hosted a Meatless Monday outreach event at the College Nine/10 Dining Hall.
UC Santa Cruz Foundation recently honored Jean Michel Cousteau with its Founders Medal at annual Founder’s Day events. The Founders Medal honors a person whose life work is most reflective of UCSC as an institution.