Sunday, December 15, 2019

Kickstarting Success

What started two years ago as two friends, a laser cutter, a board router and an idea turned into an overnight success. Starting with...

Lecturers Contract Extended to Dec. 10

Instead of drawing up a new contract before the University Council-American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT) contract expired on Oct. 31, UC-AFT agreed with University...

Small Pledge for a Big Change

The Chancellor’s Sustainability Challenge officially launched this fall, offering students the opportunity to evaluate their waste and steps to reduce it.

Rolling Out the Door

Part of City on a Hill Press's Earth Day coverage: A Grove of Sustainability

Protesters Denounce Napolitano

Protestors came together on Oct. 18 to rally against former U.S. secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano’s appointment as the new president of the University of California.

Shining the Spotlight on Black Theater

“Reach Out I’ll Be There” echoes throughout the room as lead character Chelle dances across the stage. She sings the famous Motown song in...

$34 Million Recouped in Infill Apartment Lawsuit

The UC Board of Regents is nearing a $32 million settlement with Devcon Construction and various subcontractors over claims of faulty construction at the...

African American Themed Housing to Expand by Next Year

In response to institutionalized racial discrimination and marginalization Afrikan, Black and Caribbean (ABC) students face at UC Santa Cruz, UCSC’s Black Student Union (BSU)...

Kresge’s New Look Ready for Review

Kresge College, shadowed by redwoods and most accessible by pedestrian bridge, is slated for renovation in fall of 2021. What many remember as an...

BSU Protests Police Violence

Student organizers marched up McLaughlin Drive, drawing a following large enough to cover parts of the road. Photo by: Maria Cordova