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.
Reality TV might be the last place one would look for a dose of actual reality, but Blair Stenvick argues that “The Hills” was more true to life than many gave it credit for. She uses this theory to assess “Audrina,” the latest “Hills” spin-off.
If Chancellor Blumenthal is seriously committed to increasing diversity at UCSC he must sign a written agreement to permanently fund Engaging Education, because increasing diversity doesn’t just hinge upon financial opportunity but on changing the social climate on the campus.
The New York Times and other news organizations recently released over seven-hundred classified documents concerning detainees within military prison Guantánamo Bay. This puts a face on those who have no other representation.
Question: If you were a smartphone app, what would you do? How much would you cost?
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.
This week in photos, take a look around the piers in San Francisco and venture further into all the sites and beauty that the city has to offer.
With the wedding a mere day away, guest writer Rod Bastanmehr’s excitement is at an all-time high. But the nuptials are only half of the intrigue surrounding this fantastical matrimony-turned-reality.
Question: Should UCSC be more concerned about adding new majors or preserving the ones we have?