||War with Iraq
UC Santa Cruz has prepared this page in order to
keep members of the campus community informed about efforts and policies
to promote dialogue and learning related to the war in Iraq.
April 3: Several hundred students, staff, and faculty attended
a "teach-in" on issues related to the war in Iraq. A number
of UCSC faculty members participated.
March 31: Dedication of a campus place for "quiet reflection."
Greenwood, right, dedicates space in the Upper Quarry Amphitheater
as a place for people to express themselves about the war in
Iraq. A participant, above, writes a note on a "community
04-07-03: Several hundred students, staff, and faculty participated in
a "teach-in" on issues related to the war in Iraq. See Currents
04-02-03: Counseling and Psychological Services has issued two publications
to help people cope with the war. See On-Campus
04-01-03: The UC Education Abroad Program has issued a message about
"Student Safety and the Situation in Iraq." More
03-31-03: A UCSC psychologist who is a propaganda expert has been
in great demand by reporters since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq began.
03-21-03: Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) at UCSC is reaching
out to students, staff, and faculty regarding the effects of the war in
Iraq. Small-group discussions will be facilitated by CPS mental-health
professionals. See On-Campus Resources.