Students Propose Stevenson Name Change
Stevenson College might get a rebranding. About 15 UC Santa Cruz students met at Stevenson Event Center on April 22 to discuss a proposed name change to Stevenson College. In lieu of its original namesake — mid-century Democratic politician Adlai Stevenson II — supporters want…
Serving Student Voice
The newly formed Coffee Shop Advisory Committee released a campuswide survey on May 24 for input about the controversial takeover of the historically college-run Cowell Coffee Shop and Stevenson Coffee House by UC Santa Cruz Dining Services. They are set to be absorbed by dining…
$34 Million Recouped in Infill Apartment Lawsuit
The UC Board of Regents is nearing a $32 million settlement with Devcon Construction and various subcontractors over claims of faulty construction at the Porter, Kresge, Stevenson and Cowell apartments. A separate $1.5 million settlement with BAR Architects awaits court approval. In June 2012 a…
Housing Projects on Track
Stevenson College apartments are completed and are expected to be funded by money recouped in a lawsuit versus Devcon Construction. The regents are seeking an estimated $50 million — $40 million for infill apartment remodeling, $8 million for lost revenue and additional expenses and $2 million for attorney and expert fees. The trial is currently set for January 2015.
Camus Exhibit Visits UCSC
For many years, people have dedicated their lives to finding the truth — why one exists and why anything matters — in other words, the meaning of life. This coming week of October, students will have the opportunity to learn about one man’s study of the meaning of life.