Bringing Cultural Perspectives to the Table

At the University of California, 19 percent of students encounter “very low” food security, which the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines as...

Celebrating Native Culture and Community

In the U.S. there are currently over 560 Indian tribes recognized by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Over 100 of these are in California,...

‘Memoirs of a Banana Girl’: A Conversation with artist Lizzy Choi

Photos by Josephine Joliff. Artist Lizzy Choi previously worked for the illustration desk at City on a Hill...

A Well-Versed Genre For New Ears

Writer and violinist Catherine Drinker Bowen once described chamber music as “a conversation between friends,” because chamber music is typically performed by small groups without a conductor, with musicians relying on cues from each other to create a musical conversation.

Academy Award Nominated Documentary to be Screened at Science Hill

Director Joshua Oppenheimer will accompany his documentary “The Act Of Killing” for a screening and Q&A on Jan. 30 at 7:30 p.m.

‘The Normal Heart’ Historicizes AIDS Crisis

This November, students can learn more about the history and struggle for gay rights in UC Santa Cruz’s live theater performance “The Normal Heart,” showing Nov. 1-10 in the experimental theater.

The Art and Science of Juggling

A juggler unicycled and tossed clubs to a partner, while a circle of people balanced balls on their heads. An artist rolled a staff...

Q&A with Brian Fallon

Brian Fallon, of The Gaslight Anthem, The Horrible Crowes and Molly and the Zombies fame, is embarking on his first solo tour after The...

Burning Man In Our Own Backyard

An ear-splitting pipe organ shoots bursts of flames from its pipes. Lucy Hosking’s fire-breathing pipe organ, titled “Satan’s Calliope,” sits atop of a Harley...

Selling you the Science of Street Rap

In between spitting grit and rawness about the harsh realities of drugs, death and a hard life, humility poured through the mic as Freddie...