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First System-Wide Title IX Coordinator Formulates Plan for UC

By Eliza Partika In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the University of California’s first system-wide Title IX Coordinator, Kathleen Salvaty, held a press...

The Chicken Lady: How One Woman Changed the Chicken Ordinance of Santa Ana

By Elyse Joseph Precious the hen strolls around her owner Sharon Portman's backyard, unafraid of everything — not the humans, with whom she is...

UC Regents Vote 7-2 to Raise Tuition Despite Student Protests

By Eliza Partika After a two-year tuition freeze, the UC Board of Regents passed a proposal on Thursday, Jan. 26 to raise annual UC...

Plans To Repeal Obamacare Continue

Congress Republicans Take Steps to Repeal Affordable Care Act Republicans in Congress have advanced plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as...

Governor Brown Raises Funding, Cuts Scholarships in New State Budget Plan

Governor Jerry Brown released his proposal for the 2017-2018 California State Budget last Tuesday, Jan. 10. The plan focuses on balancing the budget...

Regents to Consider Funding Scholarships for Syrian Refugee Students

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) passed a resolution in early December formally supporting a program to reserve scholarships and spaces for...

Napolitano Talks Trump and Tuition Hikes

As the new year begins and concerns of what a Trump presidency could mean for students continue to arise, UC President Janet Napolitano...

Students Protest Potential Tuition Hikes at UC Regents Meeting

A coalition of nearly 100 University of California students from campuses across the state gathered at UC San Francisco last Thursday to protest...

2016 Election Brings Drastic Change in California

Of Orange County’s 1,535,967 registered voters, approximately 862,300, or 56.1 percent, cast ballots in last Tuesday’s presidential election. For the first time since...

Former UC Irvine Medical Center Workers Host Town Hall Meeting

In response to a layoff of 175 employees last month, former UCI Medical Center workers and union members from the American Federation of...

Hundreds of UC Irvine Students Cast Ballots at Early Voting Station

By Ashley Duong The Orange County Registrar of Voters held early voting at UCI last Tuesday, Nov. 1, where students, faculty and Orange County...

A Guide to the Propositions on California’s 2016 Ballot

By Keegan Valdez Prop 51 – SCHOOL BONDS. FUNDING FOR K-12 SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACILITIES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. YES: The state could sell $9 billion...

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