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UC system’s exposed reserves present an unignorable breach of trust

The University of California Office of the President (UCOP) has been under a great deal scrutiny in light of a scathing 177-page audit report...

UCOP held $175 million in reserves while raising tuition, state audit...

Following the release of a 177-page audit report on the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) on Tuesday, April 25 from the...

News in Brief & Upcoming Events

USHIP fraud targets students throughout the UC On Thursday, April 20, the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) released a statement announcing...

Highlander Newsroom (4/13/16)

This week in the Highlander Newsroom, we chat about the UC monitoring of campus networks, the Panama Papers and UCR elections. Be sure to catch...

Presidential debate held outside HUB

The ASUCR presidential debates were held outside the Highlander Union Building (HUB) on Wednesday, April 6. Highlander Newspaper News Editor Aaron Grech moderated the...

UC launches online information center to increase transparency

The UC launched an online information center on April 15 which provides information regarding freshman admissions, alumni success rates and faculty statistics. According to...

UC president sticks with tuition hike, threatens to release Kraken

UC President Janet Napolitano announced she will stick by her plan to increase student tuition, and has threatened to release the Kraken to enforce...

New program to research, address poverty issues

UCR’s School of Public Policy will be launching the Blum Poverty Initiative on Global and Regional Poverty in the fall of 2015. The brainchild...

UC announces new California “supercourse”

The UC Office of the President (UCOP) has announced a new systemwide natural reserve “supercourse” on California ecology and conservation. This course will take...

Gov. Brown fills two spots on UC Board of Regents

Gov. Jerry Brown announced the selection of Assembly Speaker Emeritus John A. Perez (D-Calif.) and Long Beach City College superintendent-president Eloy Ortiz Oakley to...