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28 Nov 2020
City

What’s Next, Santa Cruz? 

The new year began with national political chaos and social unrest. Santa Cruzans offer ways to cope with these problems through community participation, local music, independent radio and cultural understanding at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History’s (MAH) annual Lightning Talks. The MAH…

City

Where Did That Sign Go? 

More than 200,000 marchers occupied Oakland, San Francisco and San José for the Women’s March on Jan. 21, and the marchers’ hands were not empty. Protest signs took center stage both across the globe and here in Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz Museum of Art…

Campus

No More Business as Usual 

Two months of deliberation and tension culminated on the morning of Inauguration Day when a group of demonstrators descended from UC Santa Cruz to the streets of downtown Santa Cruz. Students and community members stood against the normalization of the Trump administration and the widespread…

Campus

“Nadie es ilegal” 

Following Santa Cruz’s thirty-year sanctuary status, Santa Cruz City Council members voted unanimously on Jan. 10 to remain a sanctuary city for undocumented residents. Throughout his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump said he plans to deport 2 to 3 million undocumented individuals. Santa Cruz’s resolution creates…

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