Tech-savvy 20-somethings increasingly join online dating sites like OkCupid and Plenty of Fish, and yet negative social stigma remain. City on a Hill Press looks at why young people are joining now, and why they do or don’t want to talk about it.
UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal and executive vice chancellor Alison Galloway sat down with student media organizations on Feb. 6 to discuss issues facing the university.
As acceptance letters appear in prospective students’ inboxes and mailboxes across the country, well-meaning parents and counselors stand by with college ranking guides to help these young adults find the “right school.” But the usefulness and accuracy of these lists is being called into question, and rightfully so.
On Tuesday, the California federal appeals court found Proposition 8 unconstitutional. While many celebrated this as a milestone in the effort to sanction gay marriage in the state, the fight for equality is far from over.
Question: What is your perspective on online dating?
As students, interns and employees, it’s hard to find time to for ourselves — and it’s even harder to find time for someone else. When your schedule doesn’t even allot time for adequate sleeping hours, how do you make time for your significant other?
College Nine and Ten hosts a speed meeting event for students to meet for romance or friendship.
This Saturday, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (SCMAH), Bookshop Santa Cruz, and the Felix Culpa Gallery will host writers to help those less rhetorically-inclined pen letters for the ones they love.
The Health Center offers counseling services for the lovelorn on Valentine’s Day through programs like CAPS and SHOP.
The Santa Barbara band is coming to play a show at the Crêpe Place before their big performance at Coachella this April.