The UC Student Association has released a statement opposing the cancellation of this week’s UC Board of Regents meeting, which the UC Office of the President announced Monday because of fears for public safety.
The following are statements issued or comments made by various officials and community members regarding the police response to Occupy Cal on Nov. 9.
The UC Student Association issued a statement Thursday night in support of UC Berkeley students after the Wednesday Occupy Cal protest, which at times turned violent and saw 39 protesters arrested. Read the full text of the association’s statement below. Jordan Bach-Lombardo is the university news editor.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed the second part of the California DREAM Act into law Saturday. AB 131 will allow undocumented students to apply for and receive state financial aid, such as Cal Grants. The California DREAM Act is composed of two parts, both authored by Assemblymember Gil Cedillo, D-Los Angeles. AB 131 is
SAN FRANCISCO – Whether you consider tuition increases necessary in the face of declining state funding or view them as an undue burden on the backs of students, reality boils down to one thing: Student tuition is likely to continue to rise at least into the near future. A budget