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24 Sep 2020
Campus

UC Responds to Audit Investigative Report 

The UC regents are still deliberating on appropriate repercussions and institutional changes after an investigative report commissioned in May found UC President Janet Napolitano and the UC Office of the President (UCOP) intentionally interfered with last April’s state audit. Napolitano and other UC officials are…

Sports

New Hires for UCSC NCAA Sports 

Following department reorganization and staff dismissals and layoffs in June, UC Santa Cruz’s NCAA athletic department has filled its three vacant head coaching positions. For track and field, cross country, swim and dive and women’s soccer, last year’s assistant coaches have been hired to fill…

Campus

Measure 68 Passes 

Measure 68, the proposed referendum to fund UC Santa Cruz NCAA athletics, has passed with an 80 percent “yes” vote from the UCSC voting student body. The fee will officially be enacted in fall of 2018 and continue for 25 years. It will charge each student…

City

Solidarity & Strawberries 

Students on campus consume millions of strawberries each quarter. In Santa Cruz County, one of the state’s top strawberry producers, the fruit’s harvest earns hundreds of millions of dollars for local farmers each season. However, on May 17, when the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable…

Campus

Deconstructing Measure 68 

What is Measure 68? For the past four years, the Chancellor’s Office has temporarily provided $1 million in funding for NCAA athletics with the intention of ending institutional support by fall 2018. Measure 68 is a student fee referendum intended to support NCAA athletics at…