The video store, a mainstay of analog culture, is slowly going extinct. But what are we losing by losing them? And what did they offer us other than late fees and judgment? Why did — does — the video store matter?
This week in photos, follow UCSC alum Brian Repp up the coast on a spearfishing expedition on the sandy beaches of Davenport.
This week’s question: What song is stuck in your head right now, and why is it so sticky?
At a university boasting an impressive track record for anti-military activism, several students train to become Marines. Between drill cadences and midterms, student officer candidates provide a new face to the military’s presence at UCSC.
The sound of music is slowly being replaced by the sound of silence in music halls and auditoriums across the nation, as desperate financial times have put music programs on the chopping block in public schools and universities in Santa Cruz County.
Interim humanities dean Ladusaw and linguistics professor McCloskey were accepted recently as members of the Linguistics Society of America for their contributions in the field.
You thought no one noticed, but this week you were SPOTTED doing something notably ridiculous in public.