UC Santa Cruz Executive Vice Chancellor Alison Galloway (pictured here with student reporter Kohar Minassian) paid a visit to the KZSC studios this week. She discusses the makeup of this year’s student body, financial challenges facing our campus and – horses. Listen to our interview here:
Start saving your lunch money and mark Saturday, November 17th as the date for KZSC’s Annual Ultimate Music Sale. Thousands of LPs, CDs, 45 RPM records and assorted music memorabilia items will be available from dozens of different vendors. And by popular demand, KZSC brings back our 25-cent music table. You read correct: CDs and LPs for just a quarter each. Come early for best selection. Doors open at 10 AM.
Interested in table space to sell? Email Charlie at email@example.com for details. Music sale updates and more info will be posted on Twitter, Facebook and right here. Take a peek at the frenzy from 2009 below:
On September 24, 2012 Chancellor George Blumenthal gave his State of the Campus Address to discuss UCSC’s global impact over the past year, and the difficulties that lie ahead.
Photo by Carolyn Lagatutta
KZSC has space for new UCSC student volunteers. No experience is needed (we provide the training), so if you’re a UCSC Student with a passion for music, sports, talk radio and/or pizza, then a KZSC’s Student Open House Event is the place for you. Find out how you can host your own radio show and eat pizza while it lasts. We’ll have student DJ’s and staff on hand to give tours and answer all your questions. Academic credit is available as part of your training. The UCSC Student Open House Events at KZSC take place at 7 pm on October 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Follow the signs near Crown College. For more information, email KZSC’s student Volunteer Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a Slug Freshman, you have a special invitation to join The Great 88!
As the fall academic quarter begins, UC Santa Cruz Chancellor George Blumenthal will offer observations, updates and progress reports regarding our campus at his annual “State of the Campus” address. KZSC will have live coverage today beginning at 3 pm. You’ll also be able to hear a rebroadcast in its entirety Wednesday, September 26th at 7 pm, directly after the KPFA News on KZSC.
Athletic competition is over at the 2012 Summer Olympics with the University of California well represented amongst the elite athletes in London. A contingent of nearly 100 UC affiliated student and alumni athletes, coaches, trainers, doctors and staff are proudly representing the United States and other nations from around the globe. From badminton to taekwondo, UC athletes and staff are key participants in at this summer’s world competition. It comes to no surprise that UC Berkeley and UCLA have two of the largest groups from the California University system however UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, UC Davis, UC San Diego, UC Riverside and UCSF are all being represented in London. What’s the missing link in this extraordinary group of UC schools? UC Santa Cruz of course. Although most of the UC schools represented in the Olympics are currently Division I teams UCSC athletics are definitely worthy despite a Division III ranking in the NCAA. So maybe 2012 wasn’t “The Year of the Banana Slug” but that doesn’t mean that 2016 can’t be. Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro will host the next Summer Olympics with probably even more UC athletes participating. Just imagine 6 foot 10 UCSC graduate Thomas Davidson on the men’s volleyball team or maybe standout Santa Cruz freshman Sarah Mackey leading a women’s basketball team to Olympic gold. As for now, keep up the good work Team USA and of course GO SLUGS!!!!!
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