This fall, the University of California responded to the loss of nearly $1 billion in state funding by creating a campaign of charitable giving called ‘Promise for Education,’ which would help create more need-based, undergraduate scholarships for California residents.
Returning UCSC students may remember guards at the university entrances asking for their student IDs in order to be permitted on campus at night. As of Aug. 31, this crime prevention measure — known as the Kiosk Guard Program — has been discontinued.
The streets of Santa Cruz have long been shared by pedestrians, drivers and cyclists alike, but a recent bicycle accident at the intersection of Bay and Escalona on Sept. 25 has reignited the longstanding topic of bicycle safety.
City and campus fire departments respond to small fire on Campus that occurred early Sunday morning. Battalion Chief tells of investigation.
“It was very sudden. You can never really prepare for these kinds of things,” said Cana Jenkins, the older sister of recent UCSC graduate...
Before the books are even cracked on a new school year, a Special Campus Election has been put into place for fall quarter 2013.
The day before classes began, a female student reported being grabbed by a stranger near the Merrill College Writing Center.
Hard-working. Conscientious. Family-oriented. These are some of the memories left behind by fourth-year Ulisses Fonseca who died in a car accident on June 24. He was 21.
Students and UC Santa Cruz service workers gathered in protest on Monday, as former U.S. secretary of Homeland Security and newly appointed University of California president Janet Napolitano began her first day on the job.
Campus back to normal after days without power