Wading through the grand narrative: The Yudof legacy

After presiding over the UC system during some of the most tumultuous five years in its history, Yudof stepped down Sunday to make way for former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. His departure signals the end of what may be the most significant chapter in Yudof’s decades-long career as an educator and administrator.
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Quiz: Which politician went to Cal?

It’s time to test your trivia knowledge (and school pride) again! You might have already tried guessing which celebrity went to Cal, but did you know a whole slew of prominent political figures were students here too? Try figuring out which of the two people listed together used to be Golden Bears.
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Pack’s non-neutrality hurts ASUC

As senators who served with Pack while he was an ASUC senator, we would have to agree with his statements about himself. Pack was one of the most polarizing figures while he served as a senator.
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No confidence, no progress

CAMPUS ISSUES: A bill passed by the ASUC Senate does not give incoming UC president Janet Napolitano room to grow into her role.

The ASUC Senate passed a deeply flawed bill Wednesday night that gives incoming UC president Janet Napolitano an unfairly limited amount of time to take important steps toward reassuring undocumented students of her ability to fight for their rights. Napolitano’s troubling record on immigration and the rights of undocumented people
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5 things we wish the ASUC had voted no confidence in

It’s only a few weeks into the school year, but the ASUC has already expressed trepidation about Janet Napolitano, passing a bill that expressed no confidence in the incoming UC president if she does not carry out a list of nine demands by a deadline set by the ASUC senate. While the
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