State Ballot Measure Breakdown

Seventeen state ballot measures will be put before the California voters at the Nov. 8 election. Citizens will be voting on an array of...

Title IX Navigates What’s Next

UC settled 17 Title IX cases for a total of over $3.7 million, enough to pay 123 students’ in-state tuition for a year, from...

Big Money in Small Races

The Supreme Court rendered limits on individual campaign contributions unconstitutional in Citizens United eight years ago, and the effects are being felt today at...

My Experience with Natural Supplements

Disclaimer: Consult with your doctor before taking any supplements. Supplements below can be found at your local or online retailer. Do not take more...

The Voices of the Voteless

*Last names have been withheld to protect the sources’ identities. Over an estimated 100 million voters will head to the polls to cast their votes,...

Food Waste Detrimental to Environment

For every two pieces of produce, one will be thrown away, uneaten. It’s a battle for perfection, from stem to store and all of...

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...

Solidarity & Strawberries

Students on campus consume millions of strawberries each quarter. In Santa Cruz County, one of the state’s top strawberry producers, the fruit’s harvest earns...

A Different Perspective

The world has been watching the U.S. leading up to the presidential election and the outcome will have impacts beyond just our borders. UC...

Millennials: Fighting For Change or Failing to Turn Out?

Home is a confusing thing when you’re a college student. Is it where you grew up? Where your college is located? A little bit...