Thousands of individuals marched and succeeded in shutting down the port of Oakland yesterday, Nov. 2. The actions throughout the day resulted in numerous business closures, including Wells Fargo, and culminated in the crowd of more than five thousand shutting down the ports in the evening.
Resources for parents with developmental disabilities are few, and many face Child Protective Services (CPS) intervention. The lack of programs representing these parents renders them an invisible population.
The police’s violent treatment of Occupy protesters was abhorrent. It is time we stop thinking about Oakland as a place of inevitable crime and start upholding the basic civil liberties of individuals participating in peaceful protests.
On Nov. 6, Erica Lann-Clark and the Michael Gaither Band will be presenting together a storytelling musical show, filled with laughter and audience participation, for people of all ages.
Over the years, as fee increases have been voted into effect, it has become difficult for UC students to feel hear. But now, we are presented with the support of the Occupy movement.
Professional and amateur surfers compete in hopes of winning the title of champion and a grand prize of $40,000. Between October 26 and 30, spectators gathered around along the cliffs to watch the show, many accompanied with cameras or binoculars.
UCSC Club Rugby started their year on Oct. 29 at the Upper East Field on campus, competing in the Ben Quaye Memorial Collegiate Rugby Tournament. Losses and injuries did not deter the team from looking forward to their next match on November 5th.
Unofficial downtown Halloween parade drew an estimated 15,000 to Pacific Avenue. Police report 50 arrests and 49 triple-fine municipal code violations. Fines for open alcohol containers and public urination exceeded $400.
Question: What are the best two costumes you saw making out with each other this weekend?
Graduate student Erik Green would like to be able to gain teaching experience and funding through on-campus TAships. However, after the elimination of over 100 teaching assistant positions on campus, finding just one TAship has become a difficult task.