Friday, June 23, 2017

UC Officials Announce Tuition Hike

The University of California introduced a proposal on Jan. 4 to increase tuition by 2.5 percent for the 2017–2018 academic year. Pending the approval of the Board of Regents, the tuition hike will be...

Data Visualization: A Methodical and Ideological Analysis of Student Voters

At least 1,428 students at UCSD turned out to vote in the 2016 general election on Tuesday, a figure that is increasing as mail and provisional ballots continue to be counted. Data shows that...

Trump Win Sparks Widespread Protest

As the reality set in on Tuesday night that Donald J. Trump would be named president-elect of the United States, thousands of students at UCSD and around the country mobilized to express their discontent...

Senator-Elect Kamala Harris Visits Campus for Rally

Senator-elect Kamala Harris attended an event on Nov. 7 along with several other local and state politicians in support of Col. Doug Applegate’s campaign to “Flip the 49th,” a slogan targeted at unseating 15-year...

Where to Vote on Election Day

Like it or not, Tuesday Nov. 8 is election day, which means students have to find time in their schedule to perform the sovereign act of voting in the 2016 presidential election. Luckily, UCSD has...

Students and Service Workers Protest UC Employee Layoffs

Approximately 40 UCSD students and service workers marched in protest to the Chancellor’s complex on Tuesday, October 18 against the recently announced layoffs at the UC Irvine Medical Center. UC Irvine will be laying...

San Diego Tops State In Refugee Resettlement

San Diego has been leading the state in refugee resettlement for the past seven years. During this time, San Diego County has taken more refugees than any other county in California despite the county’s...

California Invests Millions in UC Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The California State Assembly passed a bill on Sept. 30 to invest $22 million between all ten UC campuses equally to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation. Assembly Bill 2664, authored by Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand...

New California Law Eliminates Statute of Limitations on Sexual Offenses

Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 813, a bill eliminating the statute of limitations on sexual offenses on Sept. 28. Previously, prosecutors had 10 years to file charges against sex offenders or until the victim’s...

Governor Brown Signs Legislation to Fight Student Hunger

Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 1747, a bill aimed at reducing student hunger, on Sept. 12, his office announced in a press release issued that same day. The legislation, authored by Assemblymember Shirley Weber...

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