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The game is a cooperative puzzle-based narrative-building game that encourages a genuine connection between players.

A game for a different world

Five UC Santa Cruz students presented their game, "Meet Me in the Garden," at the largest independent games festival in the country. The game imagines a future in which traditional labels such as sexuality and gender are eradicated, so every person can be seen as equal.

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EPA staff say mission is changing under Trump

EPA staff say mission is changing under Trump

In 'The Conversation,' Lindsey Dillion writes that the current administration is aggressively reorganizing the EPA to promote interests of regulated industries.

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An advocate for instructors and staff

An advocate for instructors and staff

Outstanding Staff Award winner Judy Scarborough ensures quality teaching at UC Santa Cruz by helping the colleges hire instructors.

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Children in India exhibit religious tolerance

Children in India exhibit religious tolerance

A new investigation of how children reason about religious rules reveals a remarkable level of acceptance of different religions' rules and practices.

Dust clouds may cause galactic mysteries

Dust clouds may cause galactic mysteries

Mysterious features seen in light emitted from active galactic nuclei may be caused by dust clouds, according to new study

Jim McCloskey receives Dizikes Award

Jim McCloskey receives Dizikes Award

Established in 2002, the annual award honors a faculty member in the Humanities for their excellence in teaching and their commitment to undergraduates.

Graduates seek to improve world for all

Graduates seek to improve world for all

More than 3,200 students participated in commencement ceremonies in the colleges, Graduate Division, and Baskin School of Engineering.

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