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Introduction to the UCSC Campus History & Current Affairs Guide

The purpose of this guide is to help all types of researchers discover and use local and related printed and online collections when researching UC Santa Cruz campus history and current affairs. Also included are links to relevant research tools. Note: Some resources may require UCSC affiliation and Off-Campus Access login for access.

Last updated May 2019

"The Redwood Sign" © Laura McClanathan Meriwether, Cowell '89

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Land Acknowledgment
"The land UCSC is built upon is the traditional and unceded territory of the Uypi Tribe of the Awaswas Nation. Today these lands are represented by the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band who are the descendants of the Awaswas and Mutsun Nations whose ancestors were taken to Mission Santa Cruz and Mission San Juan Bautista during Spanish colonization of the Central Coast. Today the Amah Mutsun are working hard to fulfill their obligation to the Creator to care for and steward Mother Earth and all living things through relearning efforts and the Amah Mutsun Land Trust."
Thanks to UCSC American Indian Resource Center Lead Intern and Library Roving Student Rennea Howell for providing the text for this acknowledgment.