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29 Nov 2021

e2 Study-In for University Funding 

About 60 UC Santa Cruz Students gathered at Clark Kerr Hall for a study-in on May 14 to demonstrate Engaging Education (e2)’s need for permanent funding from the Chancellor’s Office. Members of e2 — a UC Santa Cruz student-initiated outreach and retention center —  organized…


BSU Protests Police Violence 

Student protesters carrying a “Black Lives Matter!” banner led booming chants of defiance through lecture halls, dining halls and libraries last Thursday. About 100 members and allies of the Afrikan/Black/Caribbean community at UC Santa Cruz gathered in Quarry Plaza at noon on May 2 to…


No Students Show for SAP Town Hall 

Pizza, drinks and one interactive presentation went untouched and unheard during the students-only Strategic Academic Plan (SAP) Town Hall on April 30 in the Academic Resource Center (ARC). SAP members planned the town hall for students in an effort to increase outreach, but no one…


A New Direction for Environmentalism 

A spirited ambition to reenvision and revolutionize environmental justice fueled the planning and participation of this year’s Rachel Carson College Eco  Fest.  The annual Earth Day event centered on interdisciplinary environmental lessons hosted by 19 local environmental organizations.  “[Eco Fest] brings environmental organizations who are…


Student Housing West Approved 

Student Housing West (SHW) is set and ready to begin major construction, which will have major impacts for the Santa Cruz community. On April 1 the UC Board of Regents approved the proposed SHW, a construction project aiming to provide additional campus housing to students,…

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