Blocking the Road Home

For some animals who call the U.S.-Mexico borderlands home, habitat destruction and displacement threaten the continuation of their species. The raising of...

Memories of Black Womanhood

Morgan Jerkins, feminist author, reflected on her experiences as a Black girl growing up with internal pressure to emulate white beauty standards. She described...

Rainbow Through the Ages

By students of color, for everyone. In fall 1993, Rainbow Theatre began opening eyes to cultural diversity at UC Santa Cruz and grew into...

Amplifying Narratives of Liberation

In just two hours, three spoken word artists took an audience on a trip from Palestine to the U.S., Canada to Syria, for “Words...

Up Close and Personal

After applying for tickets through a lottery system, about 45 attendees arrived for a mystery show at a small yoga studio turned concert venue,...

Empowering the Next Generation for Higher Education

Story by Daniela Gonzalez and Hannah Ross Kimberly Balmorez, now in her fourth year, knew she wanted to attend UC Santa Cruz when she visited...

12th Annual Birth of Word Festival

The 12th annual Birth of Word festival brought together a collection of dancers, poets and performers who expressed the importance of self-care, treating others...

Anakbayan Holds Space for Inclusive Approach to Housing Justice

Ten blocks were forced into one as Manilatown, San Francisco experienced a devastating loss of culture in the 1970s. When San Francisco’s push for...

‘Memoirs of a Banana Girl’: A Conversation with artist Lizzy Choi

Photos by Josephine Joliff. Artist Lizzy Choi previously worked for the illustration desk at City on a Hill...
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