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23 Sep 2020

Q&A With the CP/EVC 

As a labor economist and former undergraduate economics professor at UC Santa Cruz, Campus Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor (CP/EVC) Lori Kletzer assumes her position eager to interact with students on a personal level. City on a Hill Press sat down with CP/EVC Kletzer on…


UCSC Welcomes New Chancellor 

With the conclusion of the last academic year came the end of Chancellor Blumenthal’s 12 year tenure. In addition to new students, the 2019-20 school year also brings new administrators to UC Santa Cruz. The newly appointed chancellor, Cynthia Larive, sat down with City on…


Napolitano to Leave UC in 2020 

After seven years as UC President, Janet Napolitano will resign effective Aug. 1, 2020. She made the announcement at the Sept. 18 UC Regents Board meeting. Early in her term as UC President, Napolitano emphasized the importance of protecting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals…


Can the UC be Free? 

Graduation is just around the corner, and the class of 2019 will soon be leaving UC Santa Cruz with memories, a diploma and over $22,000 of student debt each. Students in California are working to alleviate this debt by campaigning for free tuition. If successful,…


Snail Movement Gains Momentum 

Contrary to its name, The Snail Movement is picking up speed in its fight to establish unprecedented relief for houseless students.  In support of the student group, the UC Santa Cruz Academic Senate passed a resolution to create a safe parking program for houseless students…