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I.V. Deli Reopens in Aftermath of Tragedy

With the blood cleaned from the floor and flowers masking bullet holes in the windows, I.V. Deli Mart returned to business as usual Sunday afternoon, a day and a half after Christopher Michaels-Martin...
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Campanile Comparison: How Does Storke Stack Up?

It's not the size of the campanile, but how you play the carillon.
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UC Police Elect to Allow Camps for Campaigners

In preparation for next week’s Spring Elections, student government campaigners occupied open grassy space along campus’ main bike thoroughfare, vying for ideal campaign poster placement. Represen...
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Students Protest Regents at UCSF

Student protesters gathered at UC San Francisco last week to celebrate Spring Break with the UC Board of Regents during its three-day meeting, stalling the assembly’s procedures for roughly 40 minut...
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Model Student Faces Deportation as DREAM Act Remains Pending

UCSB student Cindy Reyna, who was taken into custody at the Santa Barbara County Jail last Thursday after being unable to produce American identification at a DUI checkpoint in Goleta, is now being he...
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State Seeks Loans from Colleges

The state of California plans to borrow up to $200 million from the UC system for the operation of its general fund following the discovery of an emergency shortfall in its budget. The funds will not ...
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Survey Shows Decline in State University Funding

The latest Grapevine survey — an annual evaluation of the extent of each state’s tax support for higher education — revealed that California’s fiscal backing of its universities shrank 13.5 pe...
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Board Boots Crowd from UC Riverside Regents Rendezvous

The UC Board of Regents met yesterday at UC Riverside for their second day of meetings intended to furnish a comprehensive method to cope with the university system’s chronic budget crisis. Although...
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Board of Regents Continues to Disregard Open Meeting Policy

During the UC Board of Regents’ latest meeting on Nov. 28, held across four campuses via teleconference, officials cited attempts to spread access to the proceedings but instead denied public open a...
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Regents Close Meeting After Students Protest

Although most University proceedings were suspended over the course of Winter Break, the UC Board of Regents continued their deliberation concerning the future of the University system in the current ...
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Regents Move to Closed Meeting As Students Express Dissent

During a closed meeting on Monday, the UC Board of Regents unanimously approved an 8 percent increase in systemwide spending, awarded pay raises to several UC administrators and voted to request an ad...
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Regulating the Regents: Why it’s Your Job

This month at the UC, we have seen students, faculty and staff beat with overhand blows, grabbed by their hair and thrown on the ground. During peaceful protests, batons were driven into their ribcage...
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UC Davis Protests Police Actions

An estimated 5,000 students, faculty, alumni and community members gathered at UC Davis yesterday for a rally in response to the campus police’s use of pepper spray on peaceful student protesters la...
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Protests Result in Police Violence

During a non-violent ‘Occupy’ demonstration at UC Davis on Friday afternoon, Chancellor Linda Katehi called in a retinue of riot police to disperse student activists, resulting in 10 arrests and t...
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Students Protest UC Failings

UC students across the state have answered violence from university police and the administration’s indefinite postponement of this week’s Board of Regents meeting with numerous peaceful demonstra...
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