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UC proposes potential 5 percent tuition hike

UC President Janet Napolitano has announced that the UC regents will vote on a long-term financial stability plan, which includes the possibility of tuition...

California Dream Loan Program uplifts undocumented students

Undocumented students just got a huge lift in their ability to pay for college. On Sept. 28, Gov. Jerry Brown approved the DREAM Loan...

UCOP Janet Napolitano interview: the full transcript

For a summary of this transcript, please visit here. (A Round of Introductions) Brooke Converse: As you know, today President Napolitano is celebrating her first year...

UC President Napolitano holds UC-exclusive interview

On Sept. 30, UC President Janet Napolitano met with student newspaper representatives from each of the UCs to commemorate her first year in office...

Four UC chancellors granted higher salaries

On Thursday, Sept. 18, the UC Board of Regents approved salary hikes for several UC chancellors in an effort to make their salaries more competitive...

Supporters of AFSCME 3299 rally around UCR’s Bell Tower

UCR’s United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) held a protest in support of union AFSCME 3299 last Wednesday. The protest consisted of making Valentine’s Day...

UC Riverside receives thousands to assist undocumented students

UC Riverside will receive a one-time allocation of $512,000 from the University Office of the President (UCOP) to support undocumented students, according to campus...

UC Riverside undergrads to part with UC SHIP

The Council of the Chancellors has supported the recommendations made by the UC Student Insurance Program (SHIP) Advisory Council in making the decisions regarding...

UC SHIP: To opt out or not to opt out?

Facing the possibility of burdening an unwanted deficit, the undergraduate and graduate student body must decide whether or not to stay with the UC...

Uncertain path lies ahead for UC online education

It may be possible to obtain about one-tenth of a UC degree through online courses across the university system over the next five years,...