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Community colleges warrant more recognition and respect from donors

Every year, elite American universities receive massive admiration from the general population and students who attend prestigious institutions are glorified by their parents and...

Accepting more California students into the UC system fosters a community...

The University of California system made history with its record enrollments for California residents. In recent years, California residents have not been accepted as...

Artificial Intelligence is not the problem with college admissions

As the popularity of Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms like ChatGPT skyrockets, its role has been under scrutiny in conversations about academic integrity. Personal statements...

The pathway to graduation for underrepresented students needs to be simplified

A new bill, signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last month, will require higher education institutions to adopt a common set of student educational progress...

College preparation resources are too far and few between

According to the Center for First-Generation Student Success, 56% of college students’ parents have not attained bachelor’s degrees. The population of first-generation students is...

Tenure is still an essential part of higher education, despite critiques

A tenured post is an indefinite academic appointment that can only be terminated under extraordinary circumstances, such as financial exigency or program discontinuation. Many...

California’s community colleges’ new approach to college degrees will deteriorate educational...

The traditional college pathway requires four years worth of time, effort and classes. There are a variety of different ways to earn a college...

New UCLA housing project with tiny rooms is better than the...

The California housing crisis has been an increasing issue for college students over recent years, COVID-19 being only one of the many problems. The...

Diversity in college enrollment means nothing when a degree isn’t a...

Enrollment of Latine students at colleges has made leaps and bounds in the last 20 years, with numbers doubling. However, Latine and African-American students...

“Race-neutral” policies are failing and a California amendment is a reminder...

Courtesy of Jimmy Emerson via Flickr under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 In a six to three decision by the...