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12 Apr 2021
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Questioning Academia 

Mid-lecture last quarter my professor asked our class a question. I felt like I might know the answer, but my uncertainty caused my heart to race and cheeks to flush. What if my answer was incorrect? I didn’t want to look stupid in front of…

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Exploring Options in Education 

Recently accepted into Teach For America (TFA), UC Santa Cruz history major Luis Falcon will return to teach at his high school, Downtown College Prep. As a charter school in San Jose, Downtown College Prep’s main purpose is to help first generation college students prepare for attending and applying to college.

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Envisioning the Future of Black Activism 

UCSC hosts 11th annual Afrikan Black Coalition Conference. The Afrikan Black Coalition Conference returned to UC Santa Cruz on Feb. 15 – 17 for the first time since the activist group’s initial assembly in 2004. The annual ABC Conference is conducted at a different UC campus each year, compiled with keynote speakers, a discussion panel, workshops, artistic performances of poetry and choreographed dances and a dance for all involved to move and groove together, as one.

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A Safe Place to Discuss Safe Sex 

An exploration of college, sex, and how to go about protecting one’s self if sexually active. UCSC’s Student Health Outreach and Promotion (SHOP) provides tremendous amount and quality of resources and information for those curious about gaining optimal sexual experiences in college.

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