Slugcast rewind: Listen to episodes from the week of Feb. 12

Hosted out of the Student Affairs and Success divisional office, Slugcast is the official UCSC podcast. Slugcasters are made up of undergraduate and graduate students who are passionate about life as a banana slug. From news to engaging stories, Slugcast is a way for students to learn more about campus resources, services, and student experiences no matter where they are. Recent episodes have shared insights and information about Redwood Free Market, Cowell Coffee Shop, The Humanities Institute, Baskin Engineering Clubs and Slugwords and more - so much more! 

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Feb. 14: STARS Transition Mentor Program

On this episode of SlugCast, Devin Explores the STARS Transition Mentor Program by sitting down and talking with the Transition Mentor Program coordinator and the Lead Transition Mentor to find out how UCSC has a program meant for transfer students . They provide advice in overcoming obstacles and help with the transition to a four-year University.  

Feb. 14: The Worst Afternoon of Clark Kerr's Life, Part 1 (Re-release)

It’s 1969, and a LOT is happening – including some pretty important things at UC Santa Cruz. In the first part of a two part series, Kyle tells the tale of UCSC’s fourth year in existence, featuring (among other things) a restraining order between a Chancellor and the entire student body, a building occupation, and the arrival of Clark Kerr – educator, dreamer, and spiritual founder of UCSC – on the eve of commencement.

Feb. 16: UCSC Assistant Director of Community Relations

David sits down with Audries Blake, Assistant Director of Community Relations at UCSC. David and Audries met at the Live Oak Farmer's Market by chance and it won't take you long to realize why she is the perfect person to build relations in the community. Enjoy! Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and Success and produced by our student podcasters, UCSC Slugcast supports free expression of ideas. Please be aware that the views and opinions expressed by speakers are that of the speaker alone and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Similarly, views and opinions of University employees or students are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Slugcast, the Division of Student Affairs and Success, or the University.