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UC Regents: $175 million is not a “slush fund:” Students and...

At the UC Regents meeting on Wednesday, May 10, at the UC San Francisco campus, students, staff and faculty protested the alleged $175 million...

UC Regents vote in favor of tuition increase

To increase tuition or not to increase tuition   San Francisco — Wednesday, Jan. 25 and Thursday, Jan. 26 saw the assembly of the UC Board...

Students voice their opinion on the rising number of freshman applications

According to UCR admissions, the number of freshman applications to UCR for fall 2017 has risen by 4.5 percent which amounts to more than...

Admissions: UCR sees a rise in freshman applications

As high school seniors wait to hear back from where they may be spending the next four years of their educational career, early statistics...

Highlander Exclusive: Regent John A. Perez speaks on the future of...

In what became a scene of chaos, where some student protesters sat inside the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center after being peacefully forced out...

UC student protesters shut down second day of UC Regents meeting

SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California is facing a significant transitional period come Jan. 1, 2017. That day, as of time of writing,...

UC affordability by the numbers

The planned hike will raise tuition by $280 for UC students and $270 for Cal States — The Board of Regents proposed the planned...

Fine with slowing faculty hiring process, but not with increasing out-of-state...

During a town hall meeting on Feb. 9, Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox announced a change in direction to UCR’s Strategic Action Plan, or UCR...

Cal States face potential tuition hikes

An advisory panel has recently suggested a plan to the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees that endorses steadily increasing tuition rates annually...

Annual tuition increases for CSU schools isn’t the best option

It’s no news to students in the U.S. that our education system, in its current state, is underfunded. This is evident even in day-to-day...