- December 21, 2008
I applaud the successful efforts of the many friends and supporters of Shakespeare Santa Cruz who, as of noon today, have raised $416,417 since their first public appeal on December 14.
- December 07, 2008
The UC Santa Cruz Wind Ensemble is set to perform at New York City's Carnegie Hall on February 15, 2009.
- December 04, 2008
Excellence in student opera," may not be the first thought that comes to mind when people hear "UC Santa Cruz." But that's changing almost as rapidly as Don Giovanni's amorous conquests.
- September 25, 2008
Students at UC Santa Cruz majoring in computer game design are the lucky beneficiaries of a settlement reached in a class action lawsuit involving video gaming employees at Sony.
- September 04, 2008
"Are We There Yet?" is the title of UCSC assistant art professor Dee Hibbert-Jones' new public artwork and interactive sound installation--on exhibit in Japan throughout September.
- August 08, 2008
UCSC graduate student Kimberly Bautista has been awarded a 2008 Princess Grace Honorarium. She is one of 44 recipients across the country who were recognized for distinction in the fields of theater, dance and film.
- July 10, 2008
- May 27, 2008
UC Santa Cruz is one of three California organizations who received grants today from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to celebrate the poetry of Robinson Jeffers.
- May 23, 2008
Four individuals and two campus units were honored for their efforts in supporting and increasing diversity at UC Santa Cruz. Chancellor George Blumenthal conveyed the awards during a luncheon May 21 at University House.
- May 21, 2008
- May 08, 2008
- April 24, 2008
At a press conference in San Francisco on April 24, members of the Grateful Dead announced that the band will donate its archives to the University of California, Santa Cruz.
- April 11, 2008
- April 07, 2008
Assistant professor of art Melissa Gwyn has contributed four paintings to an unusual exhibition, "Molecules That Matter," at Skidmore College's Tang Museum.
- February 10, 2008
Four successful alums in the film industry returned to campus on February 2 for a roundtable discussion on how to succeed in the business of making movies.