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Laundry Service Changes this Summer
Laundry Service Changes this Summer

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Triple Room Video Tour

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Restorative Justice Program
Restorative Justice Program

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UC Santa Cruz among greenest universities in Sierra Club ranking

UC Santa Cruz among greenest universities in Sierra Club ranking

UCSC is one of the 20 greenest colleges
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Founded 1971

Kresge College

Academic Requirements

Kresge's core course, Power and Representation, is a course in the literature of individual and collective struggles for social justice, with an emphasis on dialogues about gender identity, anti-racism movements, documentation status and immigrants' rights. The common theme among our texts is a tension between how we, as individuals and communities, are seen, heard, and understood by others, and the way we understand, present, and perform ourselves. The course concludes with contemporary texts about productive individual and social action, toward solutions to problems of power and representation in society.

Educational Enrichment and Extracurricular Opportunities

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