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408 sign petition accusing UCSC of transgender discrimination

Petition alleges that UCSC’s failure to hire transgender student suggests pattern of insensitivity.


October 9, 2015

New Pearson Institute to study global conflict

The $100 million donation will go toward researching and resolving global conflict.


October 2, 2015

Fellowship focusing on healthcare in Chicago awarded to four graduate students

"Though their project goals are diverse, the Fellows share a commitment to service and sustainable health improvements in the communities that most need them."


June 2, 2015

Sexual Assault Awareness Week features speakers, art displays

Clothesline Project, lunch with John Kelly, and other workshops were included in the programming.


May 28, 2015

Study shows bilingual children are better communicators

“[It’s] about being raised in an environment where multiple languages are spoken.”


May 21, 2015

Scav wedding: You may now kiss the Scavvenbride

"This is a real wedding. Like, people are actually getting married."


May 15, 2015

Hyde Park resident’s backyard buzzes with bees

“I don’t consider myself a beekeeper; I consider myself a bee host.”


May 11, 2015

Civil rights conference hosts Garcia, Jackson

The Chicago Theological Seminary hosted its spring conference"Selma at 50: Still Marching." The conference featured the famed civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, and the former mayoral candidate Chuy Garcia among its participants.


April 28, 2015

Exhibit on immigrants on display at Reynolds

The exhibit's "stories of hope and strife from around the globe resonated with many students and faculty."


April 27, 2015

Students “walk back” for UCAN fossil-fuel divestment march

Almost 100 students march to support UCAN’s campaign.


April 21, 2015