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UCs See Drop in International Applicants

UC Santa Barbara saw a 10 percent increase in international undergraduate applicants for the 2016-17 admissions cycle, while two fellow UC campuses saw the first decreases in more than a decade.
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Fossil Fuel Activists Call UC Disinvestment ‘Just a Drop in the Bucket’

The UC Regents investments office announced earlier in March that it has removed approximately $150 million of its investments in fossil fuel companies since 2014, but student activists say they will ...
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A Closer Look at Title IX Policy Changes

Since Title IX passed into law in 1972, the University of California has made critical changes to the policy that have affected the way its campuses respond to sexual misconduct and handle such invest...
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Documents Obtained by ‘Daily Californian’ Reveal 113 Cases of Sexual Misconduct Across UC

Approximately one-third of the faculty, staff and coaches named in the documents still work for the UC, according to Daily Cal.
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Regents Address Tuition

The UC Board of Regents met in San Francisco Wednesday to discuss a proposal to raise tuition for the first time since 2011.
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Salvaty To Be Title IX Coordinator

Kathleen Salvaty will be appointed the new system-wide Title IX coordinator for the University of California, the UC Office of the President announced last Thursday.
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Brown: More Funding, Less Aid in the UCs

Gov. Jerry Brown proposed higher funding for the University of California in his budget proposal released Tuesday, allocating $146.7 million more to the UC system.
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Student Protesters Force Regents to Table Tuition Hike

Approximately 150 students from several UC campuses gathered outside the UC Regents meeting Thursday in protest of a proposed tuition hike, forcing the Regents to table its approval until January.
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Walkout To Defy Possible UC Tuition Hikes

Student activists plan to simultaneously leave their classes Monday in protest of a proposed tuition increase for all University of California students.
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Statute of Limitations To end for Rape-Related Cases, New Law Says

Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Sept. 28 a bill that eliminates the statute of limitations for rape and related offenses.
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UCSB Students Join Protests Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Several University of California students drove over 1,000 miles this week to spend the last days of summer break in North Dakota — but their road trip had little to do with vacation.
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UC Allocates $3.3 Million to Increase Student Access to Food

Juli Nguyen, who will begin her fourth year in the fall, has struggled with food insecurity since her first year at UC Santa Barbara.
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UCSB Police Assist UCLA after Shooting, Boost Presence at Home

Less than 24 hours after the shooting at UCLA, six members of the UCSB Police Department arrived in Los Angeles to aid local officers.
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UC DREAM Loan Support Program Receives Extension

University of California President Janet Napolitano announced Wednesday a three-year extension to the UC’s support program for undocumented students.
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UC Fellowship To Fund Research on Effects of Tobacco

The University of California launched the UC Smoke and Tobacco-Free Student Fellowship on Monday to fund research projects that focus on reducing the effect of tobacco products on UC campuses.
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