Morgan Mathias shares her coming out story and her continuing journey as a queer individual.
Sincerely interested in people and conversation, Uyenmy Yamamoto opens up about her experiences and how she realized she was a queer woman.
How a simple interaction with her mom led one second-year coming out.
The House of Representatives recently passed H.R. 358, a bill including a provision that would allow doctors to turn away pregnant women seeking an emergency abortion. The fact that it was introduced on the congressional floor in the first place signals a paradigm shift regarding what proposed laws are considered plausible by politicians.
Even though the UC workers’ union, AFSCME, recently ratified their contract, winning salary raises and retirement benefits, it its pertinent now more than ever in the UC’s dark hours that we students support and stand with them.
This week, our illustrators breathe life into cats, ghouls and monsters in preparation for All Hallows’ Eve. As we lean over our work, a chill across our backs reminds us that the mischief is nigh as the witching hour approaches.
For the first time ever, UC Santa Cruz has a Men’s Cross Country team. They are having a successful first year and are in contention to compete for a DIII National Championship.
Students in the Digital Arts and New Media program prepare to showcase their work at the Museum of Art and History, creating a participatory event with fascinating, hands-on works of art.
As the number of self-identified multiracial people and racial lines blur, communities are being forced to reevaluate how they define race. Despite increased visibility, multiethnic individuals are asking: what do you do when you can’t check one racial box?