UC regents’ proposed tuition hike threatens students

UNIVERSITY ISSUES: The UC Board of Regents and state government must stop using students as pawns in their fight over money

On Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents postponed voting on a controversial tuition hike until March and May for in-state and nonresident tuition, respectively. When the board reconvenes, the regents should end discussion about an increase once and for all and vote no.
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What you could have bought with the $282 tuition hike

On Jan. 26, the UC Board of Regents approved a tuition hike of $282 for the 2017-18 academic year. The hike means in-state undergraduate students will be paying $336 more next year for their education. Unfortunately, this extra $282 means missing out on buying a few truly invaluable, actually intangible things
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Fight the hike strike on campus

Nearly 100 people gathered on the steps of Sproul Hall at noon Thursday as part of a campaign across multiple UC campuses to protest planned tuition hikes. Filmed and edited by Alison Tang