Striking graduate student workers forced the University of California-Santa Cruz to close classes for at least a day.
Topic: UC-Santa Cruz
The University of California-Santa Cruz fired some of its graduate students after they refused to post grades, which was a part of a labor strike to receive higher cost-of-living adjustments in their stipends.
One of the “mission bells” that dot the old El Camino Real in California was removed at the University of California-Santa Cruz because it offended a local Native American tribe.
A ‘Practical Activism’ student conference at the University of California-Santa Cruz trained student participants how to protest and be (liberal) student activists on their campus.
A researcher at the University of California-Santa Cruz said that “kinky people,” or people with particular sexual fantasies and tendencies, should be a protected minority class.
Apparently to some college students in California, historical Spanish mission bell markers are symbols of oppression and should be removed.
California university highlighted an anti-Trump journal article by one of its professors, who claimed Trump supporters are less-educated ‘male nativists.’
A three-day sit-in protest was enough to convince University of California-Santa Cruz administrators to cave to every one of the student activist demands, such as a guarantee for black students to live in an African-American-themed house for the duration of college.
An instructor at the University of California-Santa Cruz feared backlash and outcry if news of his anti-Trump course went public.
From Campus Reform regarding a week-long anti-Trump protest at California-Santa Cruz: In a letter recently obtained by Campus Reform, the provost of Oakes College (one of ten academic colleges at UCSC) lamented the election of “a person…