TParty returns to campus
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TParty returns to campus

A safe, inclusive environment: that’s the goal of T[rans] Party—an on-campus organization that is returning for the spring semester. According to an email TParty Co-president and thesis student Emily Via sent to the Student’s List, “TParty is a peer-led support group on campus for trans,…

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Messages in a bottle at PCP
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Messages in a bottle at PCP

Last Friday night, on Feb. 22, white canvas flapped in the winds over the S.S. O’Shea as music floated through the air. Thesis students Becca Caccavo and Myles Rodriguez and second-year Salua Rivera threw this February’s Palm Court Party (PCP) with the theme “SOS: Save…

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PG&E plans to file for bankruptcy
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PG&E plans to file for bankruptcy

On Jan. 4 California’s largest utility company, Pacific Gas & Electric Corp., (PG&E) announced that CEO Geisha Williams would step down and their plans to file for bankruptcy protection in the wake of about $30 billion in liability costs due to its responsibility for the…

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Dr. Erin Dean receives grant to continue research in Tanzania
photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons The Ministry of Energy and Minerals building in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Dr. Erin Dean receives grant to continue research in Tanzania

photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons The Ministry of Energy and Minerals building in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Professor of Anthropology Erin Dean recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to expand her research in energy development in Tanzania. The grant will allow…

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‘Exploring the African Diaspora’ for this year’s Black History Month
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‘Exploring the African Diaspora’ for this year’s Black History Month

“We were interested in giving us more of a worldview of Blackness, rather than, [our usual] focus on America for Black History Month,” thesis student and Black History Month (BHM) committee member Andre Ayers said. “The African Diaspora is a global phenomena. We decided that…

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Concert Sur La Bay shows off unique beats

Michala Head/Catalyst On the first Saturday evening of Black History Month, folks gathered by the New College Bayfront to listen to music from numerous bands including Taller de Bomba Balancé, Enso-Stranger, SDotBraddy and Guisando Caliente Afro-Latin/Cuban Jazz Quintet. Taller de Bomba Balancé was the first…

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Taller de Bomba Balancé sways students

photo courtesy of Liz LebronThis group photo taken after the Bomba workshop in the Music Room. The Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba Dance Workshop kicked off this year’s Black History Month programming on Feb. 1 in the music room of College Hall. Students, professors and community members…

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