Under a new policy approved by University of California President Janet Napolitano made public last Friday, the academic achievements in addition to physical performance of UC student athletes will determine the coaches’ eligibility for bonus payments, going into effect today.
Students will have a chance at scoring some cost-free Ramen noodles at the Arbor today, as part of a series of events this week called “Week of Revenue,” which aims to provide students with education on student debt and the factors surrounding tuition costs at both the state and University level.
Only people ignorant of the true history of addictive drug use blame the drugs for the tragedies connected to drug addiction. Checking newspaper archives from 1880 to 1909 reveals the fact that no one was robbing, whoring and murdering to get drugs when addicts could buy all of the heroin, morphine, cocaine and anything else […]
Prompted by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that Stanford University’s patent language was too vague to protect its claims, the University of California has reconfigured its patent policy. All employees hired on or before Oct. 31, 2011, are required to electronically sign the new amendment, which asserts that faculty members will forfeit the rights of […]
The United States Military will begin training its five service branches on how to implement the repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ by the end of the week.
Chinese President Hu Jintao’s recent visit to the U.S. has highlighted the U.S. government’s inability, regardless of the party in power, to influence the domestic social policy of China.
President Barack Obama recently signed a bill repealing the U.S. military’s contentious “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.