The African Student Union transformed Kresge Town Hall into a cultural space last Friday night during their presentation of “Africa, My Africa,” the 1st ASU cultural show which featured Ethiopian food, live music and dance, spoken word, and a cultural fashion show.
American Indians come together with Palestinians in a struggle for equality.
UC Santa Cruz students, workers and instructors converged by the hundreds at Quarry Plaza Wednesday afternoon. With fists raised, fire in their bellies, and homemade signs reading “Hike mountains, not fees” and “Who’s university? Our university!” the gathered crowd, estimated at 500 people, converged in front of the bookstore before marching down Hagar Drive. Their march ended at the base of campus.
Collaborative student show “Quarterly Exhort” will debut at the Kresge Town Hall Friday, October 30. A comedic news show, the free production will cover issues ranging from news to sports to healthcare to gay rights.