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.
Topic: University of California-Santa Cruz
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…
The anti-Semitism evident in e-mails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC), which WikLeaks obtained, might not surprise so many if they knew how prevalent that attitude is on American college campuses. The AMCHA Initiative housed…
The College Fix has more on the subject: “For years, students at the University of California Santa Cruz have used the school’s bias reporting system to alert campus leaders that their feelings have been hurt or they have been called mean names by peers – complaints then probed by administrators.”