The “Art and the American Experience” exhibition will run from Oct. 27 to Nov. 5. This year, “Visual Politics” is juried by Maureen Davidson, who believes the artists’ pieces will share unique points of views about social and political issues. Pictured: ‘Perdition,’ a painting by David Fleming.
City on a Hill Press had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with Van Jones before his campus address Feb. 21. Jones touched on topics ranging from green jobs to entrepreneurship and activism. City on a Hill Press: How feasible do you think it is for green jobs to stay in the United States? Are green [...]
Van Jones visits UC Santa Cruz to present his “Rebuild the Dream” organization.
UC Santa Cruz is a school renowned for political activism and alternative thinking, but the activism of the ’60s and ’70s has not withstood today’s issues. During a time that calls for campus unity, rallies and protests often suffer from low turnout. Why don’t UCSC’s students and workers show up?
Making a visit to Colleges Nine and Ten, award-winning Mexican-American journalist Maria Hinojosa helped honor Cesar Chavez and urged activism for immigration rights.
Cell phones, blogs, Twitter — these are the future of communication for the entire globe. GIIP, a social activism/technology program at UCSC, is making sure people across the world all are experiencing this change.