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24 May 2020
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Another Win for AFSCME Local 3299 

The Patient Care Technical (EX) Unit reached a tentative agreement with the UC late on Jan. 27 after about three years of bargaining and six strikes under an expired contract. About 19,000 UC patient care employees represented by the American Federation of State, County and…

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New Contract for K7 Unit 

After two years of working, bargaining and most recently striking under an expired contract, members from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 3299 Skilled Crafts Unit (K7) and the UC Santa Cruz administration reached a new contract on Jan. 21….

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UCSC Welcomes New Chancellor 

With the conclusion of the last academic year came the end of Chancellor Blumenthal’s 12 year tenure. In addition to new students, the 2019-20 school year also brings new administrators to UC Santa Cruz. The newly appointed chancellor, Cynthia Larive, sat down with City on…

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Napolitano to Leave UC in 2020 

After seven years as UC President, Janet Napolitano will resign effective Aug. 1, 2020. She made the announcement at the Sept. 18 UC Regents Board meeting. Early in her term as UC President, Napolitano emphasized the importance of protecting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals…

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Protect the Rec. Protest 

Armed with life jackets, kayak paddles and posters, supporters of the recreation department joined together for a “Protect the Rec” campaign on May 20. About 45 recreation student staff members and supporters marched from the East Field House to Kerr Hall. “We’re here for a…

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Party Like a Slug 

Picture this — you and your friends decide to celebrate the end of midterms by going out for the night. Shots are taken, Ubers are called and off you go.  Once at the party, the music pumps as you dance with two friends from your…