An anti-abortion group called Sanctity of Human Life (SOHL) spent two days in Quarry Plaza last week. We support the presence of any group who wants make their voice heard in Quarry Plaza, regardless of their message.
Occupy Santa Cruz demonstrates on courthouse steps. As the “occupy” movement grows nationwide, Santa Cruzans are trying to attract more people to join them as they demonstrate at the courthouse. Protesters include locals and UCSC students.
In a formal roundtable setting, the various student media organizations on the UCSC campus met with Chancellor Blumenthal and EVC Galloway to discuss issues pertinent to the UCSC student body at large.
Question: Who has had a greater impact on your life: your mom or Steve Jobs?
Dear Editor, In response to your article “Of Porn and PETA” (6 Oct. 2011), I would like to provide some insight into the motives behind PETA’s PETA.xxx website. PETA’s job is to draw attention to animal suffering, and we have found — and, as the author noted, your article confirms — that people do pay [...]
PG&E’s Smart Meter installation despite a Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors ban is a blatant misuse of their power. Because they maintain a monopoly over the northern and central California region, residents don’t have many options.
Question: Do you feel connected to other people in your major?
Paula and Mark Allen pursued social science degrees during their time at UCSC. Unsatisfied with the job market forced onto them, they’ve decided to team up and go back to basics with rural living.