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14 Jul 2020
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Accessibility Isn’t Optional 

Watching City Council meetings is a regular task for student journalists, and it can be a pain for those of us who have difficulty hearing. The city isn’t making it any easier. The first time I watched archival videos as a reporter, I had to…

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SEIU 521 Proposes Contract Updates 

The rising cost of living has impacted almost every sector of Santa Cruz’s community. From mom and pop shops to the city’s students, the housing crisis is difficult to manage. This month, members of the Service Employees International Union Local (SEIU) 521 will confront City…

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Marchers Fight for Women’s Rights 

Marchers congregated early, filling the corner of Pacific Avenue and Cathcart Street by 8 a.m. There was a cold bite in the air as people posed for photos commemorating the event. People of all ages wielded vibrant feminist signs at the Santa Cruz County Women’s…

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District 29 Democratic Elections 

Local Democrats voting in an election to select the area’s delegates to the Democratic State Convention arrived to the event early in the morning, many still yawning and sipping coffee while they mingled outside with friends and candidates.  Party organizers held the Assembly District Election…