Thursday, November 21, 2019

Community Profile: Internship Opportunities

Students speak about their local internship opportunities and experiences

Loma Fire Rages in the Midst of a Drought

Update 9/30 6:55 p.m.: The Loma Fire has grown to 4,345 acres and is 50 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. One firefighter has...

Supporting Diversity through Dance

Pedestrians strolling along River Street last Saturday paused as they reached the manicured stretch of sidewalk in front of the Tannery Arts Center. Throughout...

Marchers Fight for Women’s Rights

Marchers congregated early, filling the corner of Pacific Avenue and Cathcart Street by 8 a.m. There was a cold bite in the air as...

Race for Senate

The Senate approves presidential and other federal appointments, ratifies or rejects treaties and passes legislation. Currently, Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein serve California in...

Aspirations to ‘Walk In Peace’

  Piled on Nane’s desk are stacks of envelopes from people who are imprisoned around the nation, waiting for a response. “Not one letter will tell...

City Holds Interactive Forum on Housing Development

About 90 community members walked the halls of the Louden Nelson Community Center on May 15 as they went freely from room to room...

A First Step for Faster Speed

A new fiber optic line that could lead to increased Internet speeds is undergoing the final stages of planning. Several stakeholders, including UC Santa Cruz, Cruzio Internet, the City of Santa Cruz, Central Coast Broadband Consortium and others collaborated to install the new broadband network that will stretch 91 miles through the Central Coast region.

Climate Conference Challenges Apathy

From left to right: Anne Kapuscinski, Gary Griggs, Alvaro S. Sanchez, Vien Truong and Dr. Tiffany Wise-West — a diverse group...

Planting One Million Trees, One at a Time

Laura Webber, a high school junior, started the 4-H Million Trees Project (4HMT) as a way to combat climate change.