Localizing Global Initiatives

One-third of the food produced worldwide is either lost or wasted according to the United Nations. Yet to meet food demand levels by 2050...

Starting Small

Matt Herron walked backwards for 15 miles, threw himself in ditches, created fake press passes and spoke in a southern accent to document the...

Representatives at the State Level

With the presidential election drawing the majority of media attention, local representatives tend to get lost in the coverage. Representatives from the California Senate...

Accessibility vs. Affordability

While UC Santa Cruz encourages students to invest in a meal plan, a seven-day meal plan that costs $464 per month is not always...

Editors’ Note Regarding Candidate Forum

In the print edition of the article “Candidates Gather for On-Campus Forum,” City on a Hill Press mischaracterized the effects of an amendment to...

Looking Back at Food Not Bombs

Food Not Bombs, a grassroots activist group founded 37 years ago and working toward feeding the houseless and managing food waste, began when Keith...

The Things We Keep

From baby shoes to human teeth and puppets to old letters — these are the objects we hold dear. People collect souvenirs to mark...

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,...

Let’s Get This Bread… On a Budget

Food insecurity is an issue that thousands of college students grapple with every day. It disproportionately affects low-income students of color, who...

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