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UC risks losing $120 million in proposed state budget

Unveiling a draft of his 2015-16 proposed state budget, Gov. Jerry Brown allocated a 4 percent, or $120 million, increase for the University of...

Why is the bullet train in Fresno?

After numerous delays and continuing opposition, work on California’s first high-speed rail finally began on Jan. 6. Actually, construction began back in June, according...

Gov. Jerry Brown taps legislative affairs secretary as final UC regent

Gov. Jerry Brown appointed legislative affairs secretary Gareth Elliott to the UC Board of Regents on Jan. 2. The Democrat and West Sacramento resident...

Highlander Newsroom 11/26/14

This week on the Highlander Newsroom, we discuss what our plans our for Thanksgiving Break and talk about all aspects of the UC tuition...

Tuition hikes have got to go: Potential UC increase is threat...

“Hey ho, tuition hikes have got to go!” chanted UC students at the UCSA Students of Color Conference (SOCC), one of the largest annual...

Editorial: Tuition plan is Janet Napolitano’s proving ground

Only one year into her first year as UC president, Janet Napolitano is facing her most difficult challenge yet. It’s not about passing her...

The plight of nontraditional students in the Inland Empire

I am a third-year transfer student who began my path to a university education at a community college. I know the importance of having...

Editorial: Out of money? UC Berkeley goes out-of-state.

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...

UC President Napolitano proposes freeze in undergraduate tuition

UC President Janet Napolitano announced her intent to freeze tuition for the 2014-15 academic year, as part of a long-term strategy she presented during...

State law allows more non-physicians to perform abortions

On Oct. 9, Gov. Jerry Brown expanded access to abortion for California women by signing AB 154, a bill that allows certified nurse practitioners,...
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