Date & Time: April 26th 6-8pm
Location: Museum of Art & History (705 Front Street, Santa Cruz, CA)
Register for Navigating Borders, Labor, and Home
Celebrating their 25th Anniversary, the Chicano Latino Research Center (CLRC) invites you to a student forum featuring four sponsored graduate and undergraduate projects. Presentations include: Making Home Under Precarious Housing Conditions: The Experiences of Latinxs in Los Angeles, CA (Alma Villa, LALS & Sociology majors, HAVC minor), “Living Openly and Notoriously”: The Sexual Policing of Migrant Women (Bristol Cave LaCoste, History), The Demons of Open Borders (Cesar Estrella, LALS), and Self-governance in small scale Mexican fisheries (Eric Medina, LALS and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology majors). Selected photographs from the Home/Mobility photo scholarship contest will also be on display. The reception begins at 6:00 p.m. and the program begins at 6:45 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, but attendees are kindly asked to register in advance.
First Generation Initiative
Date & Time: April 28th 10am-4:30pm
Location: Quarry Plaza
The UC Santa Cruz First Generation Initiative (https://firstgen.ucsc.edu) is part of a UC system-wide effort to build awareness and develop programming to address the needs of our first-gen community. We involve staff, faculty, and students who themselves are the first in their family to go/graduate from college as well as those of us who support first-gens.
T-shirts will be available for purchase at Quarry Plaza on Saturday, April 28 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Buy one, give two. Alumni can purchase a T-shirt for $25.00 and buy a second T-shirt that will be donated to a graduating first-gen student.
For more information contact: email@example.com
UCSC Farm & Garden Spring Plant Sale
Date & Time: April 29th 10am-3pm
Location: Corner of Bay Street and High Street at the base of campus, next to the Barn Theater.
Join us for the annual Spring Plant Sale! All plants are organically grown and include a wide selection of annual vegetables and flowers, along with wonderful perennials for the landscape. Plants are selected for their proven performance in the Monterey Bay region. Proceeds benefit the Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture training program.
Please note that Friends of the UCSC Farm & Garden members are invited to attend a special “members’s hour” starting at 9 am on Saturday. Membership renewals and new memberships are available starting at 8:30 am that morning. The sale also takes place on Sunday, April 29 from 10 am to 3 pm (no early entry on Sunday).
Cooking Crass? Wokking for Social Justice in an era of increasing social stratification
Date & Time: April 29th 1-3pm
Location: India Joze | 2555 Branciforte Drive
Everyone is invited to join us at India Joze for a Cooking Class Lecture and Demonstration with refreshments served. Space is limited (and it’s free!) so arrive early to secure your spot.
For more information contact: Jozseph Schultz, Cowell ‘72 | firstname.lastname@example.org