Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Submission: Resignation Letter From SUA Representative

By Jay M. Semana The purpose of the Student Union Assembly (SUA) is to promote student activism and civic engagement among the undergraduate students at...

Why is cis/white discourse around trans/QTPOC issues so behind?

At the LGBT town hall, Chancellor Blumenthal promised nothing to us as we screamed to him for help, but this has been much the...

SUBMISSION: Engaging Education Calls for Chancellor’s Match

Engaging Education (e2) is a student-initiated center that creates programs for student from underrepresented and under resourced communities. We, the students, made a commitment...

Submission: Massive Library Consolidation Without Consultation

By Professor Emeritus Michael Nauenberg, UCSC Physics In your article entitled “Library Purges Print Collection” in the April 21 issue of City On A Hill...

Submission: End the Criminalization of Immigrants

Early in the morning of Feb. 7, ICE agents stopped a couple driving their three children to daycare near Watsonville. The couple thought it...

Students Led the Way to Divestment

Submission by Fossil Free UCSC After six years of student organizing, meetings, sit-ins, calls, letters, emails, direct action, political...

Submission: Resignation Letter From SUA President Ray Inoue

Dear Student Body, I’ve spent my entire college career advocating for students and believing that student empowerment should be the forefront of any activist organization...

A Letter in Response to MEChA de UCSC’s Open Letter to Multiple Greek Organizations

We would like to begin with acknowledging the legitimacy of MEChA’s concerns. Cultural appropriation is problematic, and any actions and photos taken in reference...

Open Letter From Kappa Zeta Sorority

An open letter to the UC Santa Cruz Community: The sisters of Kappa Zeta sorority extend their most deeply felt apologies to the entire UCSC...

Submission: Is There a Litmus Test for Being Black?

By Simelia Rogers and Davon Thomas llustration by Camille Cheng No, there is not. So...