Lyle Troxell hosts “The Art of Change"
Study shows slight improvement in representations of autism over 10-year period
UCSC will host virtual commencement ceremonies next month
As online learning expands, combination of the virus and protests take toll on undergrads
Students stay the course, as cause spreads to other campuses
Exhibit at UCSC’s McHenry Library highlights the band’s cultural impact
Administrators say they can make an offer once instructors and TAs submit grades
Your burning local environmental science questions, answered
'I’m not going to be the only clothed person here!’
Poet and UCSC instructor Orin Martin’s guide to garden whispering
UCSC-bred businesses are already growing—and hiring—in town
One big encampment may be reducing effects of homelessness in neighborhoods
Revisiting a local favorite for a caffeine fix, plus UCSC's top chefs
East Meadow nonsense, plus an election committee disappearing act
Video games get a redesign for health, education and social impact
How UCSC hit the counter-culture jackpot with a new Hunter S. Thompson archive
Ocean2Table headlines first installment of new sustainable food series
UCSC researchers decode genetic privacy
Left brain and right brain collide, offering insight into both
Associate Professor Adam Millard-Ball's experiment blows up online
Local magazine photo backlash illustrates Santa Cruz's racial blind spots
Former rising star in Santa Cruz Democratic politics has made his name representing Trump family and shutting down Gawker
New season productions run through mid-November
The first time I met David Brissenden, I only knew him by reputation. And that reputation was the Man Who Had Gotten...
Departure comes after 12 years and unprecedented university growth.
Public outcry leads to some changes, but Blumenthal to push ahead on construction
A talk with Martin Quigley: Landscape Architect, Director of Gardens and Grounds at UCSC Arboretum
Why UCSC’s take on Mozart’s opera ‘The Magic Flute’ was a full year in the making
While Mary Porter Sesnon’s name is well-known throughout the region, very little until now has been known about her life.
Reardon, a sociology professor and former genomic researcher, on ethical questions about race and science