In a transformed Porter/Kresge Dining Hall, under a glittering disco ball, students gathered for the second annual Queer Prom. Held March 2, Queer Prom was hosted by the Queer Student Union (QSU) and Delta Lambda Psi (DLP).
The Demonstration Advisory Group, staffed by administration, faculty and student volunteers, is hosting a forum the weekend before ﬁnals. The forumʼs purpose is to gather feedback from students on their experiences with demonstrations, protests, and the universityʼs response to them.
The Chicano Latino Resource Center held a two-day event this Thursday and Friday to highlight the issue of Feminicide. Bonilla Florez, a mother whose daughter fell victim to this phenomenon, traveled from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to share her story of struggle to an interested student audience.
Philosopher, author, civil rights activist and actor Dr. Cornel West spoke at this year’s Speaker Blowout event. West lectured on race, gender, class and social justice in America.
Delegates from UCSC, San Diego State, UC Los Angeles and other schools met last Saturday on the Oakes lower lawn to hold a dialogue and empower women of color.
UCSC’s Digital Arts and New Media exhibit “Permutations,” on display from Thursday to Sunday, explores the relationship between art and technology.
The Queer Fashion Show has long been a part of UC Santa Cruz’s culture. Dating back as far as the ’80s, the event has been a consistent showcase of creativity within the queer community. This year’s show looks to be bigger, better and sexier than ever before.
The UC Santa Cruz chapter of STAND, a student anti-coalition organization, invited speaker Carl Wilkens to share his experiences with the campus community. Wilkens was the last American to remain in Rwanda during the genocide and now dedicates his life to spreading awareness about genocide-afflicted countries.
This years Earth Summit brought students, faculty, and community members together through public input and various community organizations collaborating in order to create a more sustainable future at UCSC.
The Sesnon Gallery at Porter College celebrates its 40th anniversary this month with an art exhibition, Time Lapse. The exhibit features never-before-displayed art by artists who had previously had works exhibited at the gallery.