Mollie Murphy, co-president of the UC Santa Cruz chapter of STAND and a Crown College fourth-year majoring in sociology. She was one of a dozen students who participated in a die-in event on May 5 to bring awareness of the genocide around the world to the UCSC students.
STAND, a student led organization at UCSC, spreads awareness about the southern Sudanese independence referendum on January 9th. The referendum will either bring peace or political unrest and civil war to southern Sudan.
A small group gathers in the unused conference room of a church in San Diego. The group spans generations and social boundaries — elderly men sporting political buttons on their suspenders, middle-aged mothers fielding calls from elementary school children, and teenage interns writing in spiral notebooks. “What have we all done this week to change the [...]
Bush was the devil. And he smelled like sulfur.
That was how Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez often referred to former President George W., along with characterizing him as a dictator, a fascist and a cowboy he couldn’t talk to since he felt Bush was a “Texan who walks around shooting from the hip.”
America has benefitted majorly from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). But what are the costs of these benefits? These are the stories from Oaxaca.