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Time magazine ranks campus among top universities to diversify

Feb 8, 2016 To compile the ranking, Time looked at the percentage of undergraduate students at each institutions who were not part of the school's largest racial group and how that changed between 1990 and 2014.

Flushing of campus water mains set to begin Monday, Feb. 8

Feb 1, 2016 During the week of Feb. 8, Physical Plant crews will conduct a campus water-main-flushing program.

Cache of stolen bikes recovered

Feb 1, 2016 If you believe any of these bikes belong to you, contact the SCPD Property Unit at or (831) 420-5900.

All-gender restroom sign design survey: Tell us what you think

Jan 29, 2016 The Gender Inclusive Facilities Implementation Workgroup seeks your feedback on proposed designs for all-gender restroom signs.

Women in Science Summit on January 28 to spotlight diversity

Jan 22, 2016 UCSC faculty helped organize a Women in Science Summit at the California Academy of Sciences,

'UCSC Mobile' puts campus tools and information on one mobile-friendly site

Jan 15, 2016 ver wish you had all of UC Santa Cruz’s useful references together in one mobile-friendly site? The new UCSC Mobile app is for you!

Free health screenings offered to UC Santa Cruz employees

Jan 15, 2016 UC Santa Cruz employees are eligible for free “Know Your Numbers” health screenings Thursday, Jan. 28, at the 2300 Delaware building and Wednesday, Feb. 3, at the OPERS main building conducted by Physicians Medical Group of Santa Cruz.

Arboretum gift shop offers December discounts

Dec 8, 2015 All UCSC faculty, staff and students get a discount at Norrie's gift shop during December.

How UC Santa Cruz became unique (in just over eight minutes)

Dec 7, 2015 “How UC Santa Cruz Became Unique,” a snappy eight-minute history of UC Santa Cruz’s first 50 years and its effect on the town, has been produced by founding faculty member G. William Domhoff.

In Memoriam: Marge Frantz (1922-2015)

Nov 24, 2015 An inspiring and beloved teacher, skilled activist and generous friend, Marge Frantz died in Santa Cruz on October 16 at the age of 93.

UC Santa Cruz ranked second for research influence in world university rankings

Nov 23, 2015 Published as part of the THE World University Rankings 2015-16, the analysis measured overall research influence based on the average number of citations per paper.

Library signs lease with Cafe Brasil for Global Village Cafe

Nov 19, 2015 The menu will be based on Cafe Brasil's "Amazon Juices" concept in Capitola, which includes juices, smoothies, acai bowls, hot sandwiches, salads, and rice bowls.

In Memoriam: Matthew Margulis

Nov 18, 2015 We write to you with sad news that Matthew Margulis, a member of the Kresge College community, died on Sunday, November 15th.

Diversity group to explore Principles of Community

Nov 9, 2015 The group will explore what each principle means from both an institutional and individual viewpoint.

In Memoriam: Ron Enomoto

Oct 22, 2015 Ron Enomoto, who served as interim executive director of the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum for more than three years, died October 7 while traveling in Tibet. He was 73.

Library's cafe to be closed during transition to new vendor

Oct 12, 2015 The Global Village Cafe in the McHenry Library will be closed for approximately four weeks beginning Saturday, October 17 while the space is prepared to reopen under new management.

UC to begin implementation of new $15 an hour minimum wage policy

Sep 29, 2015 Under the new UC Fair Wage/Fair Work Plan, all employees hired to work at least 20 hours a week will be paid a minimum of $13 an hour starting Thursday, Oct. 1. That minimum will increase to $14 an hour on Oct. 1, 2016, and to $15 an hour on Oct. 1, 2017.

Global Food Initiative fellowships available – applications due Sept. 8

Aug 25, 2015 UC Santa Cruz undergraduate and graduate students interested in agroecology, student food access and security, experiential learning, and other topics related to UC Santa Cruz’s Global Food Initiative (GFI) work are invited to apply to become part of the 2015-16 GFI Fellowship Program.

In Memoriam: Diane Lewis (1931-2015)

Aug 17, 2015 After fighting cancer since December, UC Santa Cruz Professor of Anthropology Emerita Diane Lewis died Thursday in her home surrounded by her daughter Raven Chaney and her grandchildren Kevin and Rosalie Chisolm.

Enjoy the peak season of produce from the UC Santa Cruz Farm

Aug 14, 2015 With summer in full swing, it’s time to sign up for the UCSC Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and enjoy the peak season of organic produce from the UC Santa Cruz Farm.

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