A year ago, one of my closest friends returned from a trip to the British Virgin Islands. She came back with countless stories, amazing friends and an enviable winter tan. Naturally, that was more than enough to convince me to get myself a spot on the annual winter break trip.
A bustling crowd of chocolate lovers, including locals, newcomers and diehards strolled through the aromatic aisles of Santa Cruz’s fifth annual Chocolate Festival last Saturday.
UC business schools unveiled a fellowship for HBCU Students on Tuesday in renewed efforts to diversify the undergraduate student pool.
After decades of an in-house email system, UCSC commits to using Google’s Gmail service for faculty, staff and students.
Question: Do you think a politician’s personal life should be a factor in deciding whether or not they’re fit to hold office?
UCSC robotics experts collaborate with University of Washington compatriots to develop seven surgical robots, capable of remote operation.
Dr. Marla Wyche-Hall is introduced as the new director of the AARCC.
California Gov. Jerry Brown proposed that by the end of 2012 the Department of Juvenile Justice be closed and juveniles be sent to the county facilities
On January 20th, the Slugs beat Chapman in dramatic fashion, 44-43. After getting past their rival, the Slugs look to use their teamwork in getting to Nationals.
On Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Nikki Giovanni — world-renowned poet and writer, storyteller, English professor, civil rights activist and commentator — will speak on “The Privilege of Serving: Art and the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.”