Rethinking the Trailer Park

As trailers have been towed out of UC Santa Cruz’s trailer park, it has left empty gaps in an anxious community. One student thumbed...

The Many Faces of Capstone

In their efforts to manage the costs of meeting the demand for housing, UCSC administrators may have entered into contractual negotiations with Capstone Development...

Measure Guide

Students will be voting on two measures in the 2017 referendum. Both measures concern student fees and require at least two-thirds of the votes...

Listening in a Climate of Uncertainty

On a frosty day in Charleston, Illinois, Teresa Maria Linda Scholz packed her things, picked up Jack — her one eyed cat — and...

Underrepresented Students Navigate Higher Education

Students of color and first-generation students often find themselves working twice as hard to adapt to university life, though their additional effort is largely...

Measure 68 Passes

Measure 68, the proposed referendum to fund UC Santa Cruz NCAA athletics, has passed with an 80 percent "yes" vote from the UCSC voting student...

Deconstructing Measure 68

What is Measure 68? For the past four years, the Chancellor’s Office has temporarily provided $1 million in funding for NCAA athletics with the intention...

3,000 Beds with an Environmental Price Tag

At over 1,100 pages, the length and language of the Student Housing West (SHW) draft environmental impact report (EIR) may be daunting, but it...

UC sues over President Trump’s Decision to Repeal DACA

The University of California filed suit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its acting secretary Elaine Duke on Friday, claiming President Donald...

Cabrillo College and Instructor Sued for Title IX violations

Trigger warning: This story contains references to sexual violence.  A former Cabrillo College student and mathematics teaching aid is suing both Cabrillo College, for depriving...