Live blog: UC regents vote to endorse Governor’s tax initiative

Left: Police stand outside of UCSF Campus in San Francisco during the UC Regent's meeting. Right: Members of the public and students dressed as zombies speak out at the UCSF Mission Bay campus. (Sarah Brennan/Staff)
Sarah Brennan/Staff
Left: Police stand outside of UCSF Campus in San Francisco during the UC Regent's meeting. Right: Members of the public and students dressed as zombies speak out at the UCSF Mission Bay campus. (Sarah Brennan/Staff)

The UC Board of Regents met on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss a wide range of issues including the university’s 2012-13 budget and long-term budget model. Read More…

UC Regents approve Kim Wilcox as UC Riverside chancellor

The UC Board of Regents appointed former Michigan State University provost and executive vice president Kim Wilcox as the ninth chancellor of UC Riverside at a special meeting on Thursday. Wilcox will replace Jane Close Conoley, the interim chancellor, who replaced former chancellor Timothy White in December after White left Read More…

UC Regents meeting Day Three Live Blog

In its final day of the UC Regents meeting at the UCSF Mission Bay campus, the regents will decide on some of the most important issues on UC’s tables today, most notably the appointment of Janet Napolitano as the new UC President. Napolitano’s stirred controversy among UC faculty and students, Read More…

(Javier Panzar/Senior Staff)

Protesters interrupt UC Regents meeting

Regents move into closed session as demonstrators interject with chants

SACRAMENTO — UC students dressed as inmates in a “debtor’s prison” interrupted Wednesday’s UC Board of Regents meeting as the board began to discuss a report critiquing UC campus responses to student protests. The board moved into closed session as about 20 protesters stood up and circled the public seating Read More…