Question: What do you think is the best method of protest? The worst?
From the dense, monarch-laden eucalyptus trees to the rocky shoreline blanketed with barnacles and tide pools, Natural Bridges State Park’s pristine macrocosm captured my attention as my camera captured the images for hours.
Question: What shouldn’t we ask you?
This week in news features a report on sexual battery allegations against UC student regent Jesse Cheng, a $1 million donation for the Baskin School of Engineering and accolades for an alumna journalist.
The phenomenon of lip dubbing, a continuous shot of hundreds of people lip-syncing to a selected song, has been planned by UC Santa Cruz Weekend Activities club to occur at the beginning of spring quarter. The finished product will be posted on YouTube.
Besides recently achieving national certification and a win for their first bout of the season, the Santa Cruz Derby Girls are a self-sustaining league. The team is a grassroots organization and currently features 100 derby girls keeping the league alive.
An exploration of the black student experience on UC campuses, which are infamous for their low enrollment of African-American students. Includes a recap of the UC hate crimes of last year, a follow-up of what has happened since then and a synopsis of race relations on UC campuses today.
This week in Slug Comics, take a look at the the future of 3D movies (that really don’t need it).
Fourth-year Tom Pazo requested and recently received public documents detailing $6,000 UCSC spent to hire an outsourced photographer and videographer to document student activists at the Walk Out to Your Education on May 18 through 19, 2010.
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?