Even without a departmental home, the student-led Pilipino Historical Dialogues class is taking small steps towards bringing ethnic studies to the UCSC community.
Santa Cruz AIDS Project hosts commemorative program at Veteran’s Memorial Plaza.
With burgeoning internship opportunities in rural Guatemala, UCSC students can now work with ‘Ayudame A Pintar Mi Futuro,’ a program that aims to alleviate poverty and promote education through art.
On November 17 Wu discussed race and the subtle forms of racial discrimination, inviting people of all backgrounds to see what is between black and white. He acknowledges that race is a widely talked about subject, but he will offer a new paradigm of thought about race.
Through donation based food programs, the newly opened branch of Café Gratitude aims to give back to the public before focusing on profit.
Wooksik Cheong, a representative of the South Korean NGO Peace Network, recently visited UC Santa Cruz to discuss the disputed construction of a South Korean naval base on Jeju Island, a South Korean island off the southernmost tip of the mainland.
Eugene Negrete describes his experience finding his place between his Chicano heritage and queer orientation.
In this week’s Community Chest, City on a Hill Press spoke with environmental science professor and researcher Michael Loik. Loik explains his passion for natural values of the world and his genuine concern for the health of our planet.
Morgan Mathias shares her coming out story and her continuing journey as a queer individual.
Sincerely interested in people and conversation, Uyenmy Yamamoto opens up about her experiences and how she realized she was a queer woman.