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...

When Anxiety Meets Apathy

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) throughout the UC system are not equipped to meet the mental health needs of students, and the UC itself...

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...

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...

Beyond the classroom

This week, City on a Hill Press asked National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletes how they manage their health as student-athletes. Their answers touched...

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...

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...

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...

Waiting for Water

Illustration by Darin Connolly. By Sofia Solares Five years.  That’s how long...

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...