Friday, April 28, 2017

Briefs

▶ San Diego Chargers Win: The San Diego Chargers will advance to the AFC semifinals after taking down the Cincinnati Bengals 27–10 on the road, Jan. 5. The Bolts capitalized on four Bengal turnovers...

Rep. Peters Proposes Loan Repayment Program

Rep. Scott Peters (D-Calif.) re-introduced the Student Loan Repayment Assistance Act to Congress on March 26. If passed, the law will provide a tax credit for employers who match their employees’ student-loan payments. Peters told...

UC Hospital Workers Vote to Strike

Thousands of unionwide workers represented by the AFSCME 3299 are expected to participate in the strike taking place across all five UC medical centers. 

Women Lead in UC and CSU Graduation Rates

A recent report announced a reversal in trends as women outperform men in enrollment and graduation Women are now outperforming their male counterparts in preparedness for college and in rates of enrollment and graduation, according...

Lights & Sirens

Campus police reports from May 11 to May 16.

Report Finds Tuition Hike in Violation of State Law

The UC Board of Regents did not abide by state law when it raised tuition last November, according to a recent report by the California Legislative Analyst Office. The Required Report on the Implementation...

UCAB, Cookies and “Some Nights” Set Stage for Meeting

It was like Christmas all over again in the Forum last night, as all of A.S. Council suddenly had name placards. The timing of this minor miracle could not have been better, as I was helping Guardian photographer Jaime Estepa identify various council members — AVP Student Affairs Leonard Bobbitt made our jobs even easier by introducing himself with flourish and sexy poses.

A Flying Start to a Career in Aerospace

UCSD Student Deepak Atyam discusses his summer with NASA, networking and the connections he's made As a middle schooler, Deepak Atyam enjoyed launching model rockets and flying remote control airplanes. The Muir College junior has...

Council: UCPD to Disclose Protocol

A.S. Council passed a resolution on May 9 condemning the University of California Police Department for its alleged policy of monitoring UCSD student activists. This resolution was the third resolution council has passed regarding UCPD in the last five months.

Medical School Launches New Program to Curb Distracted Driving

Researchers at the UCSD School of Medicine are launching a new program to help San Diego businesses end distracted driving, UCSD News Center reported on Nov 7. The program will be the newest component...

LATEST NEWS

California State Auditor Claims UCOP Hid $175 Million in Reserves from the State

The Office of the California State Auditor released a report today finding that the University of California Office of the President has been mismanaging...

Film Review: “Cézanne and I”

Perhaps anything really lovely is never left without the concomitant boringness poachers of beauty train themselves to withstand. Placed squarely before beauty’s blushing face,...

Panelists Discuss History between Dalai Lama and China

Prospect Journal of International Affairs, a student-run publication, hosted “Context of the Controversy: The Dalai Lama” on April 18 in the Multipurpose Room. The...