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Civil rights versus civil liberties

Recently, free speech was on the chopping block at UC campuses across the state. At the direction of President Mark Yudof, the President’s...

Editorial: Frustration should lead to the voting booth

We’ve all heard it. “I care, but my vote really doesn’t matter.” We’ve heard it in Rivera library, in Starbucks, in class, at the...

News in Brief

UC Board of Regents Appoint UC Provost The former dean of UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies Aimee Dorr will be serving as...

Berkeley chancellor opposes 10% cap on out-of-state enrollment

UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau is one of the first high-ranking officials to express his opposition to a proposal aimed at capping out-of-state UC...

Senator proposes 10% cap on nonresident UC enrollment

California Senator Michael Rubio is proposing a constitutional amendment (SCA 22) that would entail a UC systemwide 10 percent cap on nonresident undergraduate enrollment....

UC regents review prospect of 6% tuition increase

The implications of Governor Brown’s revised May budget were the main focus of the UC Board of Regents meeting last week in Sacramento. The...

UC-wide report calls for improvement of police-admin. communication

On May 4, University of California officials released a draft report addressing the need for more effective lines of communication between police and administrators...

UCR chosen to host UC-wide service center

The UC Office of the President (UCOP) has selected UC Riverside to host the new UCPath Center, an employee service center that will handle...

Report calls for new UC campus governing model

A group of top UC administrators, including UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau and former UC Provost C. Judson King, have published a report calling...

UC experiences surge in out-of-state admissions

As revealed by the UC Office of the President on Feb. 27, a record total of 80,289 students were offered admission to the University...