Friday, April 3, 2020

In Memoriam: Shayne Coppedge

“It was very sudden. You can never really prepare for these kinds of things,” said Cana Jenkins, the older sister of recent UCSC graduate...

Special Fall Quarter Election Announced

Before the books are even cracked on a new school year, a Special Campus Election has been put into place for fall quarter 2013.

Attempted Kidnapping at Merrill

The day before classes began, a female student reported being grabbed by a stranger near the Merrill College Writing Center.

In Memoriam: Ulisses Fonseca

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.

Concerns Rise About Napolitano

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.

Explosion Leads to State of Emergency at UC Berkeley

Campus back to normal after days without power

‘Individual Unique, Together Complete’

The Multicultural Festival, held on Saturday, May 18, brought together about 20 different student organizations in a celebration of on-campus diversity.

SUA Prepares for Election

Challenges have faced UCSC’s Student Union Assembly elections in the past, but initiatives to change campaigning for the better are currently in action.

Know Your Rights Week to Empower Students

The week will include Quarry Plaza demonstrations from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on racial profiling, the dangers of misrepresentation in the media, abuses in the workplace, the prison industrial complex, immigration, combating xenophobia and more.

Gardening Outside the Plot

Every morning, the first thing I see when I open my eyes are my houseplants, and I think, “Wow, you’re still alive!” I am...