Monday, January 27, 2020

Supporting and Understanding Someone with Bipolar Disorder

When I’m sick I experience sleep deprivation, memory blackouts and sensory overload. The less I sleep, the more manic I become with auditory, visual...

Santa Cruz Job Market: Expanding but Limited

Soon-to-be UC Santa Cruz graduates who aren’t ready to leave the community may be in luck, as jobs across all fields within the county...

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...

Food Allergies on Campus

Coming into college, firstyears worry about a lot of different things — getting along with roommates, difficult course loads and homesickness. But for me,...

Measure D: Tackling Transportation

Twelve years ago, former chair of the Campaign for Sensible Transportation, Paul Elerick, led the charge to vote down a local measure to widen...

Locally Sourced, Globally Distributed

At the age of 18 Ella Fleming didn’t know what a broccoli plant looked like. After working two years in the Center for Agroecology...

Accessible Voting in Santa Cruz

Every voter knows that feeling you get after you cast a ballot — that swell of pride, the uncontainable joy of slapping on an...

Condemned Lives in Voters’ Hands

Capital punishment is controversial, from the morality of capital punishment to whether or not the time and manner of its infliction is humane. But...

The White Ga(y)ze

Illustration by Rose Collins The total number of hate crimes motivated by anti-LGBTQIA+ beliefs has risen every year...

The State of Student Mental Health: Q&A with CAPS Director Gary Dunn

Photo courtesy of Dr. Gary Dunn Chalk it up to a “crisis of meaning” or the downwinds of...