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As soon as you arrive, the roads get bumpier and the air thickens. Almost instantly, the hills — an array of colorful shacks, houses...

Gallery: Campus’s First Holi Fest Celebrates Beginning of Spring

The Student Union Assembly (SUA), in conjunction with Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) and the Indian Student Organization (ISO), presented UCSC's first Holi Festival on...

City Council Candidate Interview Videos

*Order of videos is alphabetical for fairness. Philip Crawford https://www.facebook.com/CityonaHillPress/videos/1107437349420404/   Justin Cummings https://www.facebook.com/CityonaHillPress/videos/183766062507691/   Drew Glover https://www.facebook.com/CityonaHillPress/videos/438245896704256/   Cynthia Hawthorne https://www.facebook.com/CityonaHillPress/videos/729073214138791/   Donna Meyers https://www.facebook.com/CityonaHillPress/videos/324312981693402/

Through Our Lens

This week in photos, Photo Editor Isaac Miller looks at interesting Santa Cruz houses with unique architecture, and processes them using High Dynamic Range. This digital tool creates a surrealistic effect, translating the photographer's perception of these buildings onto the page.

Through our Lens

A recent fascination with the American realist painter Edward Hopper has given me a fresh and innovative approach toward my photography. Adopting Hopper’s methods...

En Route to Representation

The midterm elections were a pivotal victory for progress in the U.S. Women, people of color and the LGBTQIA+ community gained more Congressional and...

Through Our Lens

Those of us who are lucky enough to live in Santa Cruz are no strangers to natural beauty. However, our familiarity with this luxury can lead to a lack of appreciation and respect for the environment we get to be a part of. I wanted to take a closer look at the animals around the campus and city of Santa Cruz.

Searching for Answers in the Wake of Raids

The Santa Cruz Police Department (SCPD) vowed to rebuild trust with the community after a series of immigration-related arrests were made on Feb. 13...

UC Student Regent Visits for ‘Recruitment Tour’

                                                    About 20 students gathered at the Cervantes and Velasquez Conference Room at the Bay Tree Conference Center on Monday to learn more about how...

City Council Extends Houseless Debate

Although the Santa Cruz City Council had the opportunity to declare a houseless crisis at Tuesday’s meeting, it did not, instead opting to move the...
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