Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Global Community Programs Guide for Slug Grads

Thousands of students are about to enter an exciting and uncertain stage of adulthood. For many, the prospects of obtaining a career plan immediately...

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...

Alumni of Color Forgotten By Administration

Starting in January, UC Santa Cruz adorned campus with celebratory banners of notable alumni. The alumni site deems 2018 “the year of the alumni, ...

An Artsy Post-UCSC Prospect

Critical thinking and flexibility are two important skills to have in the job market. These skills, ingrained into art majors throughout their course work...

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...

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...

Feeling (Un)prepared for the Labor Force

Only 36 percent of undergraduate students believe their schools prepared them to be successful in the workplace, according to a recent survey from Gallup...

Stop Asking Why

I’ve been trying to explain to others (and myself) why I decided to transfer from Boston University (BU) to UC Santa Cruz, for over...

Minding the Grad Gap

Amanda Brambila is now a molecular, cell and developmental biology doctoral candidate at UC Santa Cruz, but she started as a community college student...

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...