Students and Housing: Not So Simple

Almost every student stresses about housing. Although it may not always be as extreme as living in a car or sharing a...

SUA Proposes Endorsement of Automatic Student Voting Registration

UC Santa Cruz’s Student Union Assembly (SUA) proposed endorsing California legislation on Tuesday night that would automatically register college students to vote upon enrollment....

Sexual Harassment and Assault Allegations Build Against UCSC Professor

Content warning: This article contains references to sexual harassment and assault. *Name has been changed to protect the anonymity of this source **Gopal Balakrishnan is...

Campus Mixed Recycling Landfilled Since November

Illustration by Darin Connolly. Despite promoting a zero waste by 2020 goal, UC Santa...

UC Student Regent Holds Open Forum for Potential Applicants

Out of 26 voting positions on the UC Board of Regents, only one belongs to students. This position, held by the student regent, will...

Alicia Garza set to be Keynote Speaker at Radical Voices

Alicia Garza — the co-founder of Black Lives Matter — is set to come to campus on May 9. She will be the keynote...

One Appeal Underway for Final Restitution Costs Assigned to ‘Highway Six’

In a last effort to reduce Judge Denine J. Guy’s tentative restitution ruling from early July, Rosa Petterson’s lawyer, who was out of town...

Considering Automatic Voter Registration

A new bill making its way through California’s legislature could ensure the nearly 3 million students in the state’s community colleges and universities are...

Mending the Military’s Protocol on Sexual Assault

After 26,000 cases of sexual assault in the military were reported to have occurred during 2012, a 37 percent increase from 2010, the Secretary of Defense decided to examine the systems in place for handling sexual assault cases. UC Hastings Academic Dean and Provost Elizabeth Hillman spoke about these issues on Nov. 6 as a part of the UC Social Justice Speaker Series.

The Bridge Between Recreation and Wilderness

When Mark McCarroll isn’t overseeing the hundreds of activities the UC Santa Cruz recreation department offers, he might be telling stories from when he backpacked around the world or mountain biked through the Santa Cruz terrain.
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