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Universities Must Change The Culture On Sexual Violence, UC Santa Cruz Provost Says
"Sexual harassment isn’t just a compliance problem."
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Does UCSC's 'Consent Is Sexy' Campaign Miss The Point?
This student argues there's another point to be made about consent.
Confessions Of a (Insert Your Major Here)
Online Marketplace for College Life
Don't judge people by their majors. Genuinely ask them what aspect they want to use their major for, and if they aren't quite sure, don't get all crazy on them. Be accepting, that is all.
Here Are The Colleges That Discipline Students The Most For Drug-Related Offenses
"Instead of being arrested, [an offending student] might be referred by the police officer to the student conduct office
Angela Davis Speaks On Racism And Police Militarization At Annual MLK Jr. Convocation
Student and journalist covering the politics of popular culture
Activists and academics alike came together last Wednesday for the 31st annual UC Santa Cruz Martin Luther King, Jr. convocation held at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, which was filled to capacity for the event that proudly hosted Angela Davis.
Kerry Blusters Again
Writer based in Washington D.C.
"It turns out that even when a British Muslim decapitates a British Christian, there will always be someone to blame the
Joseph Badiali Charged In Mom's Brutal Scissor Slaying
"I don't understand why all of this took place, that house is full of love, full of family," she told KTVU. "She told me
Rescued Peregrine Falcon: Magic on the Wing
President, Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
This Peregrine was found near San Francisco International Airport in July, grounded and suffering head trauma. He was released last week from the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA's Center for Compassion following a successful feather implant procedure.
Study Finds That Otters' Taste For Crab Is Fighting Water Pollution
In ecosystems around the world, seagrass is vital to the health of the coast, but polluting runoff from farms floods the
Angela Davis: 'I Don't See Myself As An Icon'
Author, Multimedia Journalist, Editor, Public Speaker, Humoris...
It was in August of 1970 that 17-year-old Jonathan Jackson, George's brother, entered a Marin County courtroom significantly
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UC Postdoctoral Researchers Deserve Equal Pay for Equal Work
Imagine the surprise of students on guest worker visas when, after arriving at UC, they are told that although the contract the union negotiated states that health care coverage is available to all postdocs, it will not be extended to them.
THE WORLD POST
The Hand of Man: A True Christmas Story
Despite the rawness of nature, the world made more sense in the oceans, the forests and the mountains. Yet, it was from the wilderness through one animal -- an endangered seal named KP2 (Kauai Pup 2) -- that my faith in the hand of man was restored.
Research Reveals Why Women Should Never Propose
Proposition 30 Passage A 'Tremendous Relief And Joy,' Santa Cruz County School Officials Say
By The Santa Cruz Sentinel, The Santa Cruz Sentinel
Gov. Jerry Brown's initiative is projected to bring in about $6 billion annually over the next few years, though those funds
Harvard And Yale Now Less Costly Than Public California Universities
Since 2009, public universities in the state have lost $2 billion and community colleges have had $695 million cut from their
UC Santa Cruz Protesters Struck By Motorist At Demonstration
ABC reported that, besides the incident, the protest has been largely peaceful. We, stakeholders in the University of California
Is There Lead In My Phone Case?
Tech news and digital culture from the West Coast.
Originally published on Turnstylenews.com, a digital information service surfacing emerging stories in news, entertainment
HuffPost Greatest Person Of The Day: Chris Bley Scales And Repairs Wind Turbines For 'Rope Partner'
Today, Chris and the other team members, many of whom he “recruits” from a local California rock-climbing gym, scale heights
Feds Open Anti-Semitism Investigation At UC-Santa Cruz
The U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights has announced plans to investigate the University of California at
CULTURE & ARTS
From Art to Mouth: SFMOMA's Collection Inspires Unique Dessert Menu
Cherie Louise Turner
Bay Area–based freelance art writer
When a new show comes up, we make a new dessert based on what will be showing. We really keep the desserts limited to reflecting what's actually on display in the museum.
UC Regents Discuss Diversity Under Heavy Security
The University of California Board of Regents met in San Francisco March 23 to discuss the future of the UC system and what
UC Panel Outlines Drastic Reforms
According to the Daily Californian: Recommendations from the group include the implementation of online courses in order
Mating Between Humans and Neanderthals Could Explain Glenn Beck
Comedian and creator of BorowitzReport.com
"We believe that sex between a human and a Neanderthal may have resulted in several of the Fox News Channel's primetime hosts, including Glenn Beck," said a leading genetic researcher at UC Santa Cruz.
March 4 Protests Roll On, UCSD Tries To Make Peace, Oakland Activists To Be Released
For students at UC Santa Cruz, the March 4 protests continued into March 5. And according to multiple Twitter reports, the
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