Fire near ARC intentionally set by unknown person
Community studies, a signature facet of UC Santa Cruz’s progressive identity, has been reinstated in order to maintain its commitment to foster social and economic justice.
Afrikan Black Coalition brings their annual conference back to UCSC, its birthplace, after 11 years. Students from all the UCs and other universities will delve into the theme of “Re-imaging Black Activism” to address inequities in their community
As an exchange student from South Africa, I find it interesting to compare the student voice at UCSC with my experiences back home. The similarities are uncanny — there is unquestionable power in the student voice through its conviction, dynamism and (sometimes naïve) optimism. After spending one day at the Practical Activism Conference at UCSC earlier this quarter, I can see these qualities applied to both the students of Cape Town and Santa Cruz.
Walk past College Nine to the small plot of grass near Social Sciences II and you’ll be looking at the International Living Center (ILC), a building currently hosting a mix of about 100 international and California students. Yet this count may change, as the number of international students is on the rise.
New student organization, Queer People of Color, establishes safe community within the campus.
The Chancellor’s Sustainability Challenge officially launched this fall, offering students the opportunity to evaluate their waste and steps to reduce it.
UCSC students within the Student Environmental Center, a completely student led and student funded organization, not only implement their own projects and campaigns to make the campus more sustainable, but also learn how to work together to educate their peers about sustainable practices.
Measure 55, the proposed Slug Shuttle fee, will be the only measure offered during the special election, which begins Nov. 21 and ends Nov. 27.
Megan Gnekow, a CRE for Porter College, brings attention to campus cleanliness in a unique way.