Thursday, November 14, 2019

Construction Underway for Kresge Renewal Project

Kresge College has been home to a diverse community since 1971, now it’s preparing to undergo a transformation.  At...

Council Takes No Action Toward District Elections

Santa Barbara-based firm Fargey Law threatened Santa Cruz with legal action if the city doesn’t opt to transition to district elections. The...

Santa Cruz United Petitions Recall of Two Council Members

Members of Santa Cruz United (SCU) have been petitioning throughout the city since June. Their goal is to gather...

Student Housing West Development Stalls

Illustration by Ry X Two ongoing lawsuits have brought Student Housing West (SHW) to a standstill. 

Precautionary Power Outages Disrupt Santa Cruz

Additional reporting by Thomas Sawano NEWS AS OF 7:30 P.M. ON OCT. 9 Pacific Gas and...

Sunrise Joins Climate Walkout

Chris Lang performs a land acknowledgment to kick off the Climate Strike March. An environmental studies graduate student encouraged organizers with...

Financial Aid Process Lacks Transparency

*A pseudonym is used to protect source’s identity.  When Lyla James* checked her MyUCSC portal over the summer, she...

Investing in a Sustainable Future

Illustration by Lisa Bizuneh The UC just made history by pledging to enact the largest fossil fuel divestment...

Q&A With the CP/EVC

Photo courtesy of the Office of the CP/EVC As a labor economist and former undergraduate economics professor at...

UCSC Welcomes New Chancellor

Photo courtesy of Scott Hernandez-Jason With the conclusion of the last academic year came the end of Chancellor...