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Around two dozen UC Santa Cruz students spent Wednesday night in a campus administration building, protesting UC President Janet Napolitano's tenure.
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Last summer, four alleged leaders of rival prison gangs worked together to coordinate a hunger strike at California's Pelican Bay State Prison.
Students at UC Santa Cruz marched to Hahn Student Services Building this afternoon and are currently occupying the Office of the Registrar, which was shut down shortly after students arrived.
The Anna Maria Island Democratic Club will meet at 11:45 a.m. March 17 for lunch at the Mannatees Sports Grill, 7423 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton.
While Barbie was once as stereotypical as G.I. Joe, in modern years she can 'be anything.'
CORVALLIS, Ore. In one of the first experiments to explore the influence of fashion dolls, an Oregon State University researcher has found that girls who play with Barbie dolls see fewer career options for themselves than for boys.
'Have you ever seen such gross disrespect?': Judge blasts 'spoiled' cheerleader, 18, suing parents to support her after she ran away - who claims they were behind her bulimia and that her father showed her 'inappropriate affection' Maine mother-of-four dies from ultra-rare human version of Mad Cow Disease that began as just a cough but killed her ... (more)
Eliezer Guerrero is struggling to solve a problem where he must find two vectors on his physics homework.
The graduate student union at UC Santa Cruz plans to strike Wednesday due to grievances concerning workload and the hiring of non-unionized workers.
Who out there are Ducks? All right, how about Beavers? If you're from around here, likely you're a Bulldog, or maybe a Pirate.
Management strategies implemented since 1999 have successfully limited the availability of human food to black bears in Yosemite, but problems remain Researcher Jack Hopkins used barbed-wire snares to collect hair samples from bears in Yosemite National Park.
A persistent drizzle and some muddy trails kept things lively for families and bird lovers at UC Santa Cruz Arboretum's Hummingbird Days on Saturday and Sunday.
For the first time, students in the middle of the pack are getting the attention of Soquel Unified Elementary School District.
Antarctica has existed in a deep freeze for millions of years. But even the world's coldest continent isn't as unyielding as it might seem.