BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 03, 2022

Sahil Chinoy

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Huddling under umbrellas, students and community members gathered on the steps of Sproul Hall Tuesday evening to mourn the massacre of more than 140 people in Pakistan.
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Huddling under umbrellas, students and community members gathered on the steps of Sproul Hall Tuesday evening to mourn the massacre of more than 140 people in Pakistan.
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The UC Board of Regents passed a tuition increase plan and the university’s 2015-16 budget at their meeting Thursday, despite great opposition from students.
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The UC Board of Regents passed a tuition increase plan and the university’s 2015-16 budget at their meeting Thursday, despite great opposition from students.
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A committee of the UC Board of Regents approved the university’s almost $27 billion budget for the 2015-16 academic year during its meeting at UCSF Wednesday. The budget, which includes a $459 million increase in proposed revenue and expenditures, incorporates additional funds from the state government and a proposed fee increase. The plan proposes the university spend about one quarter of those funds on mandatory cost increases, with the rest invested in academic quality, enrollment growth and high-priority costs such as deferred maintenance.
A committee of the UC Board of Regents approved the university’s almost $27 billion budget for the 2015-16 academic year during its meeting at UCSF Wednesday. The budget, which includes a $459 million increase in proposed revenue and expenditures, incorporates additional funds from the state government and a proposed fee increase. The plan proposes the university spend about one quarter of those funds on mandatory cost increases, with the rest invested in academic quality, enrollment growth and high-priority costs such as deferred maintenance.
A financial report from Cal Athletics shows an increase in total revenue over the previous fiscal year, despite declining income from pledge seats at Memorial Stadium. The total proceeds — about $29.4 million for fiscal year 2014, more than 26 percent greater than in 2013 — are greater in part due to higher investment returns and leasing and rental revenue.
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A financial report from Cal Athletics shows an increase in total revenue over the previous fiscal year, despite declining income from pledge seats at Memorial Stadium. The total proceeds — about $29.4 million for fiscal year 2014, more than 26 percent greater than in 2013 — are greater in part due to higher investment returns and leasing and rental revenue.
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Many believe that compensation increases for the university's highest administrators in times of economic uncertainty are fundamentally misguided. For some students, faculty and legislators alike, the university’s argument for increasing chancellor compensation to maintain quality isn’t logically flawed — it’s wrong in principle.
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Many believe that compensation increases for the university's highest administrators in times of economic uncertainty are fundamentally misguided. For some students, faculty and legislators alike, the university’s argument for increasing chancellor compensation to maintain quality isn’t logically flawed — it’s wrong in principle.
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The University of California’s procurement office, which reduced costs by $132 million in the previous fiscal year, is being recognized for its innovative introduction of emerging technology.
The University of California’s procurement office, which reduced costs by $132 million in the previous fiscal year, is being recognized for its innovative introduction of emerging technology.
UCPD will be stepping up enforcement of bicycle walk zone and pedestrian red light violations.
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UCPD will be stepping up enforcement of bicycle walk zone and pedestrian red light violations.
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At its meeting Thursday, the UC Board of Regents approved compensation increases for several chancellors and executives in the UC Office of the President in addition to approving a new policy for chancellor compensation.
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At its meeting Thursday, the UC Board of Regents approved compensation increases for several chancellors and executives in the UC Office of the President in addition to approving a new policy for chancellor compensation.
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