Campuswide Outage Scheduled for Saturday

Students staying on campus Saturday should plan for a full day without electricity.

The Disintegration of Liberal Arts

A young Catherine Jones first became interested in history when she came across a dirt-filled swimming pool in her small southern town. “To an eight-year-old...

Students Hold Vigil in Solidarity with Ferguson

About 100 people gather for a candlelight vigil at Quarry Plaza on Nov. 24, to honor Michael Brown, who was killed by Officer Darren Wilson. A grand jury ruled to not indict Wilson after he killed the unarmed 18 year old.

Regents To Vote on Tuition Increase on Nov. 19-20

University of California President Janet Napolitano will propose a five-year plan to increase tuition by up to 5 percent each year. The proposal will be voted on during the UC Regent meetings on Nov. 19-20.

March 18 Regents Meeting Recap

By Gabby Areas and Alexa Lomberg Following 20 minutes of public comments during the UC regents meeting on March 18, about 30 students, mostly from...

‘Perspectives on Israel-Palestine’ Course Offered Through Cowell College

While Cowell Provost Faye Crosby was designing a class about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, she was often asked why the issue was relevant to UC...

Lecturers Union Marches to Begin Contract Negotiations

Around 60 non-senate faculty and students, and people in black robes and masks, accompanied a representation of St. Precaria on a march through campus...

Slug Shuttle Only Measure for Special Election

Measure 55, the proposed Slug Shuttle fee, will be the only measure offered during the special election, which begins Nov. 21 and ends Nov. 27.

From Cowell Coffee Shop to Food Pantry

The Cowell Coffee Shop, which opened in 1985, will cease its cafe operations and be reopened as a basic needs hub with a food...

Suspension of Six Students Opens Legal Debate

 Update 3/13 9 p.m.: Assistant Dean of Students Lucy Rojas upholds two of the students' suspensions because "there is a reasonable cause to believe...