With 4 in 10 UC students unable to afford regular, nutritious meals, UC Santa Cruz takes a bite out of the problem with services ranging from free food pantries to help with signing up for state nutritional benefits.
By Peggy Townsend, October 2016
The architect who built UC Santa Cruz’s acclaimed Science & Engineering Library recently sat down for a conversation with his son—a 2014 graduate—on the evolving use of the library as plans shape up for changes to the iconic space.
By Dan White, October 2016
Alumnus's game aims to build empathy by allowing players to take the role of a poor black American, encountering aggressions from humiliating to lethal
By Leigh Alexander, March 2016
A cancer diagnosis used to be a death sentence for children. Now UC Santa Cruz researchers are opening a new front in the battle against the disease.
By Dan White, March 2016
At UC Santa Cruz, the Latin American and Latino Studies Department is breaking boundaries and creating thought leaders
By Peggy Townsend, March 2016
UC Santa Cruz alumni make their mark in the California brewing scene