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20 Sep 2020
City

Sacred Site Slated for Development 

Juristac, which translates to the “Place of the Big Head,” is the Amah Mutsun Tribe’s most sacred site, said chairman of the Amah Mutsun Land Trust (AMLT) Valentin Lopez. It’s a landscape of rolling hills in Santa Clara County where the Amah Mutsun once held…

Campus

Intercambio 

Exchange, or “intercambio” in Spanish, can take many forms. At Intercambio: Just Food/Justamente Comida, an event hosted by Community Agroecology Network (CAN), participants exchanged experiences of food injustice and traded cooking workshops, art and dialogue. “It is really about exchanging your knowledge and experiences and…

Campus

Holding Admin Accountable 

At the Chicanx Latinx Students Town Hall with Chancellor George Blumenthal on May 9, students brought up issues like lecturer Nandini Bhattacharya’s recent layoff, transparency surrounding the Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) grants and curriculum and white supremacist flyers posted around Cowell. It was an opportunity…

Opinion

Privilege of Information 

I arrived home after four months of little wifi to “Betsy DeVos and God’s Plan for Schools,” “2,300 U.S. Foreclosures Show a Racial Divide in House Decay,” “Biden, Sanders, Warren: Too Soon for 2020?” “How Social Isolation Is Killing Us,” “What’s hurting California’s budget: The…

Campus

Debunking Stigmas Around STIs 

College campuses are places where people interact with new environments and ideas. They also provide a space to explore one’s sexuality. “College permits a lot of space for exploration in fields of polyamory and hookups,” said third-year student Maria Vega in an email. As stigmas…