Student Arrested During Kresge Hate Crime Faces 15 Years in Prison

After a hate crime at a Kresge apartment last February, former UC Santa Cruz student and his mutual friend each face up to 15...

Vigil Honors Three Students Killed in Chapel Hill

The sky dimmed above a candlelit Quarry Plaza on Friday night as about 70 people stood in a circle to remember the lives of...

UCOP Declares Major Withdrawal from Fossil Fuels

The UC Office of the President (UCOP) has committed to reallocating $500 million from its fossil fuel assets to other areas in its portfolio....

Body Found on Local Beach Identified as Missing UCSC Student

UC Santa Cruz student Shireen Agha Ahsan’s body was found Monday night at Strawberry Beach, Nick Baldridge from the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office...

UCSC Organizations Discuss the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Illustration by Manne Green. Zionism is a movement that initially aimed to re-establish, and now aims...

First ‘Ed Talk’ Highlights Inspiring Speakers

Chancellor George Blumenthal and Mayor Hilary Bryant co-hosted the inaugural “Ed Talks” on Oct. 17 in downtown Santa Cruz as a part of the Founders Celebration, a series of events celebrating innovation, creativity and the arts. Inspired by the popular web series “TED Talks,” Ed Talks showcased three UCSC professors, David Haussler, Terrie Williams and Alan Christy, and their respective areas of expertise.

Día de los Muertos: From Childhood to College

Lighting candles is a tradition that radiates on Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Flames illuminate the path for spirits of...

Santa Cruz to Surf Web at Lightspeed

Santa Cruz will soon receive its first glimpse of some of the fastest internet speeds in the country. The Santa Cruz City Council voted on...

Title IX, Campus Programs Discuss Future of SVSH Policy

Untouched post-it pads and notecards laid on top of the grey, plastic table at last Thursday’s “Beyond Compliance Forum.” The cardboard box set beside...

Revival of DAPL Reignites Protest

Rain didn’t deter about 50 students from marching through campus at noon on Feb. 2 to speak out against the construction of the Dakota...