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News-in-brief for the week of May 31, 2017

UCR area sexual assault suspect surrenders By: Andreas Rauch, SSW A local man wanted since May 14 on suspicion of sexual assault surrendered to the Riverside...

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...

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...

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...

News in brief

ASUCR The first ASUCR senate meeting of winter quarter commenced at 6:21 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 18, and saw the passage of amendments to a...

UC sanctuary campuses are needed to shield undocumented students

In response to the election of Donald Trump to the presidency, UC President Janet Napolitano promised last November not to comply with federal agencies who may...

News year-in-review

The 2015-2016 school year has been long, eventful and packed with stories that the news team has attempted to duly cover. Below are some...

UC ramps up admissions by 15 percent

The University of California granted a total of 66,123 California high school seniors admission for the 2016-2017 academic school year, a nearly 15 percent...

UC makes efforts to increase African-American and Latino enrollment

The University of California is increasing its efforts to encourage more African-Americans and Latinos to apply and enroll in UC schools. With the recent...

UC to tackle challenges of increased student enrollment

Each of the 10 University of California campuses will begin working on making changes in regards to housing, hiring more faculty and expanding the...