March 1st Day of Action followed by March 5th march on Capitol. Former draws hundreds, latter draws thousands.
UC Santa Cruz’s Student Environmental Center hosts 11th Annual Earth Summit to educate community about sustainability and showcase student projects.
New Literary Online zine, Phren-Z, had their official launch event last First Friday at the Musuem of Modern Art. Talented, local Santa Cruz writers brought their best work to present to a packed crowd.
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 possibility of a measure on the November ballot that would increase hotel taxes by 2 percent is an initiative worth getting behind.
Two activists attempt a 7,000 mile cross county bike tour in an attempt to raise suicide awareness, and to publicize the resources available for people who have been affected by suicide.
Opinions writer Blair Stenvick, a fan of Miranda July for years, and finally got to meet her recently — and be a part of her art.
Mayor Don Lane and Vice Mayor Hilary Bryant discuss public education and privatization with UCSC student media.
Question: Do you think porn affects relationships?
Women’s issues have been thrust onto the center stage as the current political and social fixation. Planned Parenthood and abortion policy have seen an unprecedented year of attacks. Recently an increasing number of reports have emerged highlighting the abysmal failing of colleges at handling sexual assault. Female underrepresentation in the political sphere and women’s issues being so central to politics and social policy, demands us to confront the fact that sexism still not only exists, but flourishes.