Men’s Volleyball to Fundraise at Sawasdee by the Sea
For the last two seasons, the men’s volleyball team was one of the few UC Santa Cruz National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) teams to advance past multiple rounds of the NCAA tournament. While the Slugs may be celebrating success, their budget is not.
Slug Swimmers Face Challenges in New Conference
Not only can these Slugs swim, they’re fast within the confines of an aquatic arena. Intense training combined by promising freshman talent has the UC Santa Cruz men’s swim team co-captains — senior Parker Richardson and junior James Lamb — optimistic as their team approaches...
UC Implements Last Offer for Service Employees
The University of California is an institution built for opportunity, not just for students, but for its workers too. However these workers — the custodians, gardeners, food-service workers and facilities maintenance staff — have been working without a contract since February.
‘Promise for Education’ Passes the Hat
This fall, the University of California responded to the loss of nearly $1 billion in state funding by creating a campaign of charitable giving called ‘Promise for Education,’ which would help create more need-based, undergraduate scholarships for California residents.
Campus Discontinues Nighttime Entrance Guards
Returning UCSC students may remember guards at the university entrances asking for their student IDs in order to be permitted on campus at night. As of Aug. 31, this crime prevention measure — known as the Kiosk Guard Program — has been discontinued.