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Editorial: The UC system should follow its own mission statement

Grade school has taught us valuable skills for us to obtain information faster and reiterate what we know on a test. These skills were...

Editorial: More tests are not the answer to an expensive education

We’ve all taken that one class. The one that’s so utterly boring that you can’t help but sleep through. The one that you can’t...

Hopeful policies will change UC education for the better

Mark Yudof, President of the University of California from 2008 to 2013, led the UC system through fighting times when budget deficits were apparent,...

Humanities and STEM make strange but necessary bedfellows

"Oh, you're an English major? That's interesting." An assuring nod, a brief pause. "So, what are you planning to do with that? I'm often inclined...

Editorial: Letter to Chancellor Kim Wilcox

Dear Chancellor Wilcox, The University of California, Riverside welcomes you to your new position as chancellor, keenly awaiting the positive transformations you promise to bring...

Student loan compromise pays lip service to struggling students

Back in the days of VHS tape and before the HUB was even built, George W. Bush was president of the United States. Vowing...

Jerry Brown Takes His Budget Proposal Back

In April 2013, Gov. Jerry Brown proposed a budget increase for the California State University and the University of California systems. According to the...

Editorial: The skills of the humanities provide more than students believe

There are numerous steps involved in beginning your college career: the daunting application, the self-anger at being “too lazy” in high school while filling...

Back in my day, student loan rates were higher

Congress has until July 1 to figure out how it is going to deal with the impending increase in student loan rates. If a...

Writing cannot be graded by technology

“You are smarter than a calculator,” elementary school teachers often tell their students. “The human mind is a wonderful tool.” But as academic technology...