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“Hey ho, tuition hikes have got to go!” chanted UC students at the UCSA Students of Color Conference (SOCC), one of the largest annual UC-wide conferences hosted this year at UC Merced. The conference coincided with UC President Janet Napolitano’s […]Read more ›
Among students who have attended UCR, only 65 percent of first-generation collegiates have graduated within a six-year span of taking classes. This number is far from being acceptable, and — if it were the graded percentage on a test or […]Read more ›
California senators passed a bill on May 5 which may allow high school students to use computer science to meet the general A-G requirements needed to gain admissions into a CSU or UC. If approved by the State Assembly, the […]Read more ›
UCLA has faced some criticism recently for its diversity. A viral video created by UCLA student Sy Stokes last November protested the lack of diversity at the campus, where only 4 percent of undergraduates are black. Twenty-four percent of respondents […]Read more ›
What does it mean to be a public university? It’s not just pursuit of knowledge. Although it plays a crucial role, desire of knowledge is something that all colleges seek to foster, be they public or private. Research isn’t a […]Read more ›
UC President Janet Napolitano held another Google Hangout session last week. This time, the UC president conversed with UC staff members, answering questions from different UC representatives. Napolitano first began the session by answering an inquiry regarding staff salaries. According […]Read more ›
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times — at least, for the University of California, it is. For the 10th consecutive year, the UC has received more applications than ever before, and is also admitting […]Read more ›