Why everyone needs to see Black (W)hole, UCSC’S free art exhibit

It’s an extra-sensory experience you don’t want to miss

Do you feel safe on campus after the spate of hate crimes at UCSC?

‘Being a minority on this campus is very hard – you have to be careful at all times’

We spoke to the UCSC student who organized the Quarry chalking

The political art shows solidarity with marginalized groups in a call for equality and love

Student hit with rock in ‘hate crime’ attack

‘She was followed by three unknown male subjects who called out to her’

As a queer woman, I can’t concentrate on classes knowing Trump is president

I’m lucky to be in a highly liberal school in a highly liberal state

What it’s like being a mother and a student at UCSC

Writing research papers about future generations takes on a new significance

Meet the girl who asked everyone to write their feelings about Trump on her topless body

‘I wanted to physically embody the weight of his words’

Over a thousand people march from UCSC to downtown Santa Cruz

Protesters transformed their anger into empowerment

A topless UCSC student is protesting the election in The Quarry right now

She’s asking people to write their sentiments regarding the election on her body

Huge protest happening on UCSC campus after Trump wins

Slugs are not taking the news well: ‘I no longer trust my country’

We asked UCSC about this year’s influx of new students

Housing is the biggest problem after an increase of almost 650 freshmen