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06 Jul 2020
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Defunded, Suspended and Cut 

More than 32 students were left out of Martha Mendoza’s Newswriting Workshop in winter 2003. Those students didn’t just miss out on taking a course with the first UC Santa Cruz graduate with an independent major in journalism and a Pulitzer Prize-winning Associated Press journalist….

Opinion

An Advocacy for NCAA Funding 

With a 2015-2016 budget of $722 million, UC Santa Cruz administrators are too caught up in the $1 million it would take to fund athletics. That’s 0.14 percent of university operating costs. The most prevalent argument against funding athletics ridicules the small percentage of athletes…

Sports

Planetary Movement 

In his first semester as a Ph.D. candidate in the astronomy department at Harvard University, UC Santa Cruz alumnus and cross-country athlete Theron Carmichael is once again breaking personal bests. Carmichael ran a marathon in his first three months in Cambridge, Massachusetts with other graduate…

Sports

Women’s Basketball Makes History 

For the first time in school history, UC Santa Cruz women’s basketball qualified for the NCAA Division III championship. This will be the only time a UCSC basketball team, men’s or women’s, have appeared in the tournament. The Slugs earned an automatic NCAA tournament bid…

Sports

Wounded Warriors 

The 2016 NBA D-League showcase at the Kaiser Permanente Arena featured 19 teams and 19 games, with two NBA call-ups and one showcase champion. For the Santa Cruz Warriors it resulted in a 0-2 record and a Net Rating of -18.0, the worst in the…

Sports

Fighting for the Future 

Santa Cruz, California is by no means a city on the average NBA fan’s radar. But yesterday, over 100 NBA figures — including scouts, general managers and future stars — united in this Bay Area city for the first day of arguably the NBA Development…

Sports

Defending the D-League 

In an opening night saturated in remembrance of their 2015 NBA D-League Championship, the 2015-16 Santa Cruz Warriors made a statement of their own, cruising to a 104-87 victory against the Bakersfield Jam on Nov. 13 at sold-out Kaiser Permanente Arena. “For the most part,…