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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Disbursal of a new scholarship to California public university students from middle-class families will be delayed after the legislature made changes to the scholarship’s eligibility requirements last month.
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Disbursal of a new scholarship to California public university students from middle-class families will be delayed after the legislature made changes to the scholarship’s eligibility requirements last month.
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In a closed session Friday, the UCSA's systemwide affairs committee voted in favor of requesting that the UC Board of Regents delay Oved’s confirmation until September.
In a closed session Friday, the UCSA's systemwide affairs committee voted in favor of requesting that the UC Board of Regents delay Oved’s confirmation until September.
California’s blueprint for public higher education is facing renewed scrutiny, as university administrators, state officials and student leaders alike grapple with how a 54-year old landmark plan fits into the state’s changing economic climate.
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California’s blueprint for public higher education is facing renewed scrutiny, as university administrators, state officials and student leaders alike grapple with how a 54-year old landmark plan fits into the state’s changing economic climate.
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The University of California’s $11.2 billion endowment has produced the worst investment returns of the 10 richest colleges in the country over the past decade, an analysis by The Center for Investigative Reporting shows.
The University of California’s $11.2 billion endowment has produced the worst investment returns of the 10 richest colleges in the country over the past decade, an analysis by The Center for Investigative Reporting shows.
Gov. Jerry Brown nominated four candidates to the UC Board of Regents earlier this month, sparking debate about the role of the university’s top decision-making body, which some students argue is not representative of student needs.
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Gov. Jerry Brown nominated four candidates to the UC Board of Regents earlier this month, sparking debate about the role of the university’s top decision-making body, which some students argue is not representative of student needs.
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