In our first edition of our outdoor-adventure blog, Kelly Ann Kelso gives a tour of Porter College’s backyard, with expeditions in Empire Cave and the Karst topography of Cave Gulch.
With burgeoning internship opportunities in rural Guatemala, UCSC students can now work with ‘Ayudame A Pintar Mi Futuro,’ a program that aims to alleviate poverty and promote education through art.
On November 17 Wu discussed race and the subtle forms of racial discrimination, inviting people of all backgrounds to see what is between black and white. He acknowledges that race is a widely talked about subject, but he will offer a new paradigm of thought about race.
In response to UC Davis police’s use of pepper spray on Occupy UC Davis protesters, UC Davis is calling for a general strike on Monday, Nov. 28.
The race for district five county supervisor welcomed a new candidate this week. Bruce McPherson, former California secretary if state, plans to give less known candidates a run for their money.
In this week’s The Starving Student, Emiliano O’Flaherty-Vazquez shows that if any worldly force can stop you from buying snack foods, these flaky straws will.
Mark Rad discusses new revolutions in the bay area rap scene.
Bank Transfer Day doubles the amount of money being transferred from national banks and into community banks and credit unions since Sept. 29, the day Bank of America announced plans to implement a $5 debit card fee. Account holders at the large national banks have been taking action with their wallets since then, an action that has been costing Wall Street banks billions of dollars.
If you manage to save some of your red wine after a party, you can turn it into a cake. I honestly can’t think of a better incentive than that. One bowl, cheap, quick. And an excuse to buy something other than Charles Shaw.
Hundreds of cyclists will take off Sunday, racing to raise funds for the Santa Cruz AIDS Project (SCAP). The tenth annual ride kicks off at San Lorenzo Park, where there will be live music, food and HIV/AIDS education booths. The Surf City AIDS Ride, which has been under the direction of SCAP for five years, [...]