Thursday, January 17




University of California President Janet Napolitano discussed diversity in higher education during her interview with the Daily Bruin's editorial board on Friday. During the interview, Napolitano spoke about last week's Supreme Court decision on affirmative action in Michigan.

(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Submission: Race-blind admissions single out important criterion for exclusion

BY JANET NAPOLITANO What if the Supreme Court had ruled this past week that states have the constitutional right to require that their public universities consider only SAT scores when making admissions decisions? Read more...

Photo: University of California President Janet Napolitano discussed diversity in higher education during her interview with the Daily Bruin's editorial board on Friday. During the interview, Napolitano spoke about last week's Supreme Court decision on affirmative action in Michigan. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

University of California President Janet Napolitano discussed diversity in higher education during her interview with the Daily Bruin's editorial board on Friday. During the interview, Napolitano spoke about last week's Supreme Court decision on affirmative action in Michigan.

(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The UC's Lick Observatory, located near San Jose, logs over 1,000 nights of telescope time for UC researchers, from faculty to undergraduates. The observatory is in danger of closing by 2018. (Courtesy of Laurie Hatch)

Submission: Shutting down Lick Observatory is shortsighted

The original photo caption accompanying this article contained an error and has been changed. See the bottom of the article for additional information. In its April 15 article “UC’s Lick Observatory might soon shut down operations,” the Daily Bruin reported on the plan by the UC Office of the President to terminate systemwide funding for the Lick Observatory after 2018. Read more...

Photo: The UC's Lick Observatory, located near San Jose, logs over 1,000 nights of telescope time for UC researchers, from faculty to undergraduates. The observatory is in danger of closing by 2018. (Courtesy of Laurie Hatch)

The UC's Lick Observatory, located near San Jose, logs over 1,000 nights of telescope time for UC researchers, from faculty to undergraduates. The observatory is in danger of closing by 2018. (Courtesy of Laurie Hatch)