UCSC was shutdown throughout the day, with traffic prevented from going up to campus.
The rally began with music by La Sangre. High School students, parents, teachers and union members spoke at the rally.
Hundreds of students rallied at the two entrances to the UC Santa Cruz campus, shutting them down for several hours. The demonstration was in conjunction with statewide actions against a 32% increase in undergraduate student fees.
A dance party thumped on the night of September 30 at the occupied Graduate Student Commons and Bay Tree Plaza at UC Santa Cruz.
“The situation at the university has become untenable.”
On September 24, students, faculty, staff and alumni at UC schools participated in a day of coordinated walkouts and rallies in defense of public education.
The AETA is being used for the first time since its passage by Congress in 2006 to do exactly what civil rights advocates feared it would do – criminalize activities protected by the First Amendment of the U.S.
In 2001, Life Lab collaborated with the UCSC Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems to create the Garden Classroom, a model educational garden located on the UCSC Farm.
On May 28th, students, staff, workers, and faculty rallied at the base of UC Santa Cruz campus to protest the administration’s decision to cut Community Studies