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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Q&A with City Council Candidates

City on a Hill Press hosted a forum for Santa Cruz City Council candidates at the Student Media Center to discuss university expansion, police...

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...

Post-Modern Family

No, that’s not my uncle or a family friend. When I say it’s my dad’s partner, I don’t mean he’s a police officer. No,...

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...

Confusion on the California Ballot

Proposition 52 supports an existing hospital fee. But due to its dense content and language, it has been described  as “it’s own worst enemy”...