A white sedan crashed into the side of the hill at the base of campus across from the barn parking lot around 5:50 pm today. The driver did not appear injured.
Despite the rainy weather, Iranian students gathered on March 13 to celebrate Chaharshanben Soori, the Persian New Year celebration.
In their last home game of the season, the Slugs swept Hope International, 25-21, 25-22, 25-23. Now their goal is to win the championship.
Despite the drizzle and an escalated altercation with a vehicle, protesters turned out in force, and workshops were held at the March 1st Day of Action.
Santa Cruz’s new poet laureate discusses poetry’s function, changes in UCSC culture
Members of the Occupy Education Strike began setting up Tent University at 4:00 A.M. the morning of March 1st, blocking entrances to campus.
UCSC graduate student alumna Rupa Dhillon designed an innovative game for blind and sighted players, named Rock Vibe, which uses digital vibratory technology to enhance gameplay for those who are visually impaired.
Twitter announced last week its plan to censor tweets on a country-by-country basis, effectively cutting off certain countries from important information. City on a Hill Press argues for an American-based company, freedom of speech and information should always apply.
Natural Selection, a site-specific installation by UCSC alumni Katarina Lanfranco, opens in the Sesnon Gallery Feb 2. The piece discusses issues of culture and nativity through a ikebana paper-cut forest.
Staff members of UC Riverside’s The Highlander have proposed a plan to fix the UC budget. Released on Jan. 10, the plan proposes a system of wage garnishings instead of one based on student fees or tuition.