Subscribe Now
Trending News
28 Nov 2021
Guide

Navigating Resource Centers at UCSC 

African American Cultural and Resource Center (AARCC)  Thirty years after its inception as UCSC’s first ethnic resource center, the African American Resource and Cultural Center (AARCC) focuses on the personal and academic growth of students within the African diaspora. AARCC hosts Black Academy, a program…

Featured

Feelings on Fonts 

In the fall of my first year at UC Santa Cruz, I applied to be a photographer for City on a Hill Press. For reasons unknown to me, I was hired as a production designer. However, I accepted the position, and this decision would tether…

Numerous types of spring rolls are stacked on a plate next to a dipping sauce.
Featured

It’s Spring Roll Season! 

Growing up, I was never a fan of leafy greens. Therefore, I was never a fan of spring rolls.  At a Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) fundraiser, I took my first bite of a spring roll in almost eight years and realized they aren’t that bad….

Chopped green onions.
Featured

The World of Green Onions 

When I was in high school, having authentic Chinese food for every meal was something I took for granted. Now, as a 20-year-old child, I keep finding myself browsing food blogs trying to find a recipe that feels familiar, but knowing the names of many…

A person is lying alone in a dark place.
Guide

Let’s Talk About Loneliness 

Has anyone else been consumed by a deep, soul-crushing loneliness recently? If not, good for you, man. If you have, you are not alone in your aloneness. Isolation has defined 2020. Social distancing, working from home (or not having work at all), travel restrictions, and…

WordPress Theme built by Shufflehound.