Submission: Welcoming Students with Disabilities at UCSC

Dear Students of UCSC, This letter is addressed to everyone who holds misconceptions about or is unaware of the needs of students with disabilities. Over...

Vote Like Lives Depend on it

What made you mad in the last two years?  Maybe it was the president saying it’s alright to violate women,  the U.S. leaving the Paris...

American Propaganda and American Sniper

The Oscars were last month. Though the nominees this year were more white and male than usual, one of a handful of moments gave...

Adding Beds Won’t Put the Issue to Rest

It costs about $300,000 for each new bed at UC Santa Cruz. That figure includes the cost of the dorm or apartment around the...

How to Reuse Your Last Issue of CHP

Reduce, reuse, recycle. It’s the phrase we all learned in elementary school to teach us to recycle, but the reduce and reuse...

The Problem With Twitter Activism

Twitter activism like this does not foster discussion, it forms a mob mentality.

A Seemingly Colorless UC

I used to wonder why people would criticize this university for their lack of diversity when I looked at my peers in class and saw mostly people of color. Then I remembered I was a proposed Latin American and Latino Studies major, as were many of my classmates.

System Fails to Address Housing Barriers

UC Santa Cruz students, while not alone, are facing an injustice that prevents students from reaching their full academic and personal potential. This injustice...

Leveling the Playing Field for the American Dream

This year marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. On Aug. 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed more than 200,000 people in front of the Lincoln Memorial, speaking of the Declaration of Independence and its promise of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” for all men.

To the Administrator of the Free & For Sale UCSC Page, the original poster...

We, the Student Alliance of North American Indians (SANAI), promote the representation of indigenous students at UCSC by providing academic, political and social support to ultimately create a visible community of indigenous students and allies. In response to recent events on social media concerning the intent to sell a handmade headdress we are writing to ask for all involved parties to sincerely apologize and educate themselves on cultural appropriation, insensitivity, and stereotypes.
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