UC Regents consider plans to expand and diversify revenue streams

Regent Norman Pattiz speaks to President Mark Yudof at Thursday's UC Board of Regents meeting at UCSF Mission Bay.
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Regent Norman Pattiz speaks to President Mark Yudof at Thursday's UC Board of Regents meeting at UCSF Mission Bay.

Despite protesters briefly halting the third and last day of the UC Board of Regents meeting Thursday, members of the board focused most of their discussion on strategies to maximize revenue for the UC system using the relationship between the university and private enterprises.
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Protesters halt UC Regents meeting, set up encampment on Sproul

Protesters briefly brought Thursday’s UC Board of Regents meeting to a halt, though demonstrations throughout the day never reached the scale of last year’s Nov. 15 Day of Action. The meeting, which took place at UCSF’s Mission Bay campus, was the third and final day of the regents’ November meeting.
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Cal at season’s dead end against Oregon State

Don’t tell the Cal football team it did not make the postseason. “This is our bowl game, really,” said linebacker Chris McCain of Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. bout with No. 15 Oregon State. “Oregon was our first bowl game, this is our next bowl game. We got a bowl game, we
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Pointers from Mike Riley to Jeff Tedford

With a meeting with Sandy Barbour on Sunday about his future with the program, Cal head coach Jeff Tedford has one more chance to prove that he can right the proverbial ship. And since he’s already headed to Corvallis, Ore. to face off with the Beavers on Saturday night, he
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Crabbe mile-high next to Denver’s leading scorers

In preseason polls, both the Cal men’s basketball team and Denver were picked to finish third in the Pac-12 and the WAC conferences, respectively. There’s a chasm of difference between the predicted finishes — starting with the schedule. The Bears (2-0) head to Magness Arena in Denver, Colo., off back-to-back
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Cal all silver lining in win against St. Mary’s

The Cal women’s basketball team’s full-court press has a name, and its name is Silver. On Thursday, the Silver defense was golden in the 89-41 win against St. Mary’s. Not only did the Bears’ defense create separation, it also created a huge statistical divide between the two teams. By halftime,
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Bruins sweep home court with Bears

No. 5 UCLA wounded Cal volleyball’s chances of receiving a bid in the NCAA tournament. The Bruins (21-5,13-4) swept the Bears at the Wooden Center in Los Angeles Thursday night, giving the latter their 14th sweep of the season. Although the Bears (14-14, 8-10 in Pac-12) notched a solid .299
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