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Janet Napolitano and UC chancellors’ 10% pay cut is simply a...

Toward the end of March, the transition to remote learning left the UC buried under housing contract and dining plans cancellations along with their...

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...

UCivil war: a message to the striking UCSC graduate students and...

Drawn by Justus Ross The University of California (UC) system has been in a state of near-constant strife...

The UCSC wildcat strike is a fight against an anti-worker UC...

Courtesy of City on a Hill Press Treating workers with respect, dignity and fairness is something that is...

UC tuition delay does not solve California’s higher ed crisis

In a victory for California’s public higher education students, the University of California Board of Regents has delayed a vote to increase UC tuition...

The University of California does itself a disservice by outsourcing jobs

The goal of the UC system, per its own mission statement, is to educate Californians in order to benefit the California economy by creating...

Admin outnumbers faculty within UC system

In recent years, the UC system has faced growing criticism regarding the administration-faculty ratios at UC schools. With 10 campuses scattered around the state...

“No” to ill-gotten money, “Yes” to divestment

You are sitting in your world history lecture hall and learn of past events involving people from years gone by and events on lands...

Divestment fails to consider long-term opportunities

In December of 2014, members of the United Auto Workers, a union which represents thousands of workers in the UC system, approved a referendum...

Increasing four-year graduation rates will help students avoid the “Fifth Year”...

Students have recently undergone scrutiny after a surprising amount of undergraduates have taken six years to graduate. Gov. Jerry Brown spoke out May 15...