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09 Jul 2020
Campus

Reclamation Demands Met 

After three days of reclaiming Kerr Hall, the Afrikan/Black Student Alliance’s (A/BSA) demands have been met. “We recognize that we have more work to do in supporting [Afrikan, Black and Caribbean] (ABC) students here at UC Santa Cruz,” director of media relations Scott Hernandez-Jason read…

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Refusing to Relive the Past 

President Donald Trump announced his updated travel ban on March 6, reminiscent of a dark chapter of history when 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans were imprisoned based on their ethnicity. Over 40 people filled the Cervantes and Velazquez Conference Room at UC Santa Cruz the…

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Hack UCSC 2017 

Over 300 students participated in this year’s UCSC hackathon from Jan. 20-22. Almost 100 different projects were submitted to be judged by professionals in the technology industry. The two largest categories were Tech Cares, which aimed to apply technology to help people, and Innovation, which…

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SUA President to Resign 

Ray Inoue, President of the Student Union Assembly (SUA), will resign from his position by the end of the fall quarter. “It became clear to me that there were fundamental cracks and shifting tides in our organization that limited the ability of our organization to…

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City Council Results 

  City Council candidates Martine Watkins, Mayor Cynthia Mathews, Chris Krohn and Sandy Brown (pictured left to right) were elected to two year terms on the Santa Cruz City Council. Brown overtook Robert Singleton in recent days as mail-in ballots were counted. Though the County…

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Fatal Hit and Run Suspect Arrested 

The Santa Cruz Police Department (SCPD) has arrested Jesus Covarrubias, 26, of Rancho Cucamonga yesterday afternoon in connection to the hit an run on Oct. 30 that lead to the death of UCSC student Alexandria Arceneaux, according to a SCPD press release. Arceneaux was 20 years old…

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UCSC Admission Data Released 

Following the UC’s commitment to enroll 10,000 more students over the next three years, UC Santa Cruz admits over 22,300 California freshmen for fall 2016, 4,700 more than last year. The UC office of admissions expects 4,305 freshmen, 3,805 of which are California residents, to…