Forty-three percent of colleges said international applications were above 2020 levels,…
Katharina Pierini first enrolled at UC Santa Cruz in 1994 before life drew her away from her studies. Now a groundskeeper at the university, she is earning her bachelor's degree.
Few colleges in the state even consider an applicant’s family ties to a school. What the law changes, advocates say, is perception.
Cabrillo is revamping its fall course schedule to more than double its offering of in-person courses. It also will require vaccinations for students and staff on campus.
More than half of the state’s dentists practice in the five most populous counties. “So the rest of Texas is underserved,”the school's dean says.
The last year revealed a relationship that is interdependent — and very imbalanced.
What do we make of a year like 2020? Oral historians in Santa Cruz are starting by documenting first-hand accounts of students and staff at the University of California.
Dandelion Energy has hit licensing snags, geography challenges, and limits on local training as it tries to hire workers to drill the wells for its heat pumps.
I’ve been talking about this with other members of my class in what feels like hushed tones. We’ve all suddenly been hit with a sense of sadness over our lost commencement we tell each other, but it feels selfish to voice it.
Ross Piscitello is graduating next week. But first he's making a final tour of the campus, performing at each residential college in the order in which they were built.
Their project preserves the first-hand accounts of 22 students and staff at UC Santa Cruz who — from near or far — navigated the successive crises the campus faced in 2020.