Sunday, November 18

Foreign students say goodbye to UCLA

Mako Fukumoto, a fourth-year world arts and cultures student, is worried about finals and graduation, but she has another pressing concern as well. She needs to find a way to keep in touch with all her friends when she leaves the United States for her home country of Japan at the end of this academic year. Read more...



Southern appeal on the rise

Problems the University of California has had in enrolling black students may be aggravated by a “reverse migration” trend that is drawing many black families out of places such as California and bringing them to the South. Read more...



brown v. board of education: 50 years laterDecision grants access, but effects very gradual

Fifty years after the celebrated Brown v. Board of Education decision, only a small percentage of minority students currently attend thoroughly integrated institutions. Higher education experts say that while minority students will enjoy more and more higher education access in future years, this increase will happen slowly if it follows the model set in the past 50 years. Read more...



Loan fees may rise

University of California students may face higher fees for their student loans due to the possibility that the UC system may withdraw from the Federal Direct Lending Program. Read more...



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