Former Campus Day Care Teacher Under Investigation
A former male employee of UC Santa Cruz Early Education Services (EES), or campus day care services, allegedly engaged “in conduct which is incompatible with being present in a licensed child care facility based on allegations of inappropriate touching,” according to an email sent on April 14 by executive vice chancellor (EVC) Alison Galloway to families that use EES. The employee under investigation was terminated on May 3, 2014. Subsequently, Chancellor George Blumenthal has ordered a full program review of EES.
Q&A With Grammy-nominated Music Producer DJ Dahi
While at UCSC, DJ Dahi participated in student organizations such as Engaging Education, Black Men’s Alliance and Destination Higher Education. He is most recognized for helping produce “Money Trees,” a song from Kendrick Lamar’s Grammy-nominated album “Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City,” as well as Drake’s “Worst Behavior.”
Letter to the Editors: Alumni Urge SUA to Retain USSA Membership
Dear Student Union Assembly Officers and Representatives, As alumni of UCSC and the Student Union Assembly, we write to urge you to retain membership in the United States Student Association (USSA). USSA is the oldest and largest student-run, student-led association in the country and has…
Photos and Words ‘From War to Home’
On the walls of the Porter Faculty Gallery hang the honest and unpolished windows into the life of a veteran, spanning from the moment of deployment to the uncomfortable transition process back into civilian life.
“From War to Home: Through the Veteran’s Lens” features images taken by veterans of their everyday experiences — from feet in the Costa Rican sand to an Afghanistan landscape, from a beloved pet to a row of pills on a counter. These pictures are a therapeutic way for veterans to tell their stories of emotional hardship and reach out to the rest of the world.
Gallery: Images from the United Auto Workers 2865 Second Day of Striking
Fabrics Reveal Stories of the Past
With white walls and vividly manifesting shades of pink, hypnotic and soothing patterns of blue and yellow, and red and white lotuses, “A Treasury of Indian Folk Textiles” gathers a large collection of lush fabrics made by peasant women in bygone eras. The Eloise Pickard…
Boundless Education in India
UC Santa Cruz’s central administration has taken the lead in an international creation. Special advisor to the Chancellor for International Initiatives (SACII) Anu Luther said with UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal seeking to raise UCSC’s international profile and to support faculty, students and programs interested in global engagements, India is an obvious focus among others.
Creating Conversation, Providing Consolation
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, this is a time when many students reflect on their love lives and whether or not they’re in a healthy relationship. Those who are unsure may want to seek out UC Santa Cruz’s Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS).