Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Precautionary Power Outages Disrupt Santa Cruz

Additional reporting by Thomas Sawano NEWS AS OF 7:30 P.M. ON OCT. 9 Pacific Gas and...

Graduation Ticket Change Causes Upset

Graduation is a time students expect to celebrate their years of hard work with those who loved and supported them along the way. On...

Finding Hope in the Dark

Hans Albertsen said he always finds himself back in Santa Cruz because it is the one place he can find peace. Even though the...

The Same Old Story

Sequels, prequels, reboots and spin-offs — from “Ghostbusters” to “Beauty and the Beast,” media franchises are at the forefront of the entertainment industry. Of...

Protesters Join National Berry Boycott

A protest against Driscoll’s, the world’s largest berry producer, occurred in Santa Cruz on Friday with about 10 people holding signs outside Whole Foods...

3,000 Beds with an Environmental Price Tag

At over 1,100 pages, the length and language of the Student Housing West (SHW) draft environmental impact report (EIR) may be daunting, but it...

2015 Spring Student Fee Measures Announced

The last time a student fee was approved by the student body through the Student Union Assembly (SUA) spring elections was 2011, for Measure...

SC Workers Celebrate International Labor Day

A day meant to honor working people, Labor Day is celebrated in September in the United States and Canada, while the rest of the world honors working men and women on May 1.

Speaking to Collaboration

On the sidewalk outside the Rio Theatre, an impromptu barter was taking place. A small silver coin passed between hands and Isaiah, bewildered at...

#TransInCollege

Nationwide, transgender people are faced with gender norm policing and oppression by cisgender privilege daily. While visibility around trans oppression has increased socially,  agency...