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The CSUs have failed to protect their community, and they’re not...

Governor Gavin Newsom recently approved legislation requiring California State Universities to report all sexual misconduct investigations to the state. The bill, S.B. 808, comes...

Educational institutions that overlook safety concerns should not be trusted with...

This past summer, allegations of sexual assault and gang-rape related to several San Diego State University football players came to light. A civil suit...

The vetoing of Assembly Bill 1456 is a blow to social...

On Oct. 8th, Gov. Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill 1456 “The Cal Grant Reform Act,” which would have expanded financial aid to another 160,000 community...

Entrance exams for institutions were nothing but barriers for low-income students...

“What did you get on the SAT? The ACT? Come on, just tell me.” A question so simple left me utterly helpless, doubting my...

Researchers at CSUSB reveal mistrust of administration

In a survey conducted via email invitation in the fall of 2015, mistrust of campus administration and bullying were reported as prominent problems on...

CSU and CFA reach agreement after year of negotiations

The California State Faculty Association (CFA) and California State University (CSU) administrators have reached an agreement in a yearlong battle over faculty raises. Over...

Highlander Newsroom (12/2/15)

This week in the Highlander Newsroom, we chat about the cancellation of Heat 2016, the recently approved Three Year Financial Stability plan that will...

CSU eliminates president salary cap amongst tuition hikes

On Nov. 18, the California State University (CSU) board of trustees voted to eliminate salary caps for new campus presidents in order to remain...

CSU faculty authorize strike

In October of this year, the California Faculty Association (CFA) held an authorization vote to hold a 10-day strike in January 2016, if they...

Using computer science courses to meet college admissions requirements

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...