Anticipation hung in the air at the UC San Francisco Mission Bay conference center while students and workers demonstrated in opposition to proposed fee hikes and a two-tier pension program.
Every town has its fair share of paranormal hot spots, and Santa Cruz is no exception. From the Brookdale Lodge to our very own campus, the city is filled with ghost stories at every turn.
Tuesday’s rally began with a small number of participants, but the group slowly increased its size as they recruited students going from the Porter Quad to the Quarry Plaza.
Winter is coming, and with the changing of the seasons, the UCSC athletic seasons are also changing. The soccer teams have kicked off their off-seasons and the sun has set on women’s volleyballs’ bumping and spiking. But men’s and women’s basketball have tipped off with all the promise a new beginning brings.
A digital looping concert that took place in Santa Cruz last month showcased artists from across the globe who came to introduce locals to an increasingly popular style of electronic music.
After many years in the making, a London performing trio recasts Homer’s epic with a heavier reality: that of veterans returning home from war and facing post traumatic stress disorder.
Even with the current budget crisis, the state’s inability to decide what to cut and how much to take is unforgivable. Now by cutting childcare, not only is the state hurting families in need, it is taking away jobs from those in the industry.
This week’s Through our Lens has a unique twist. For this issue, we’re featuring illustrations from our team’s artists for you to enjoy.
This weekend, a group of UCSC students will gather at Porter College to play video games. While this may sound like a typical Saturday afternoon for a college student, there is more to this event than meets the eye—it’s for a good cause.
Amidst world-wide anti-smoking efforts, cigarette warning labels could start featuring images as well as text. City on a Hill Press supports the FDA’s proposal.