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The University of California Board of Regents was originally expected to vote on an in-state tuition increase in May. However, the UC announced Thursday it will no longer consider the increase during its May meeting. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UC Board of Regents to no longer vote on tuition increase at May meeting

This post was updated April 26 at 4:34 p.m. The University of California announced Thursday it will not increase in-state tuition during its governing board’s meeting in May. Read more...

Photo: The University of California Board of Regents was originally expected to vote on an in-state tuition increase in May. However, the UC announced Thursday it will no longer consider the increase during its May meeting. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

The University of California Board of Regents was originally expected to vote on an in-state tuition increase in May. However, the UC announced Thursday it will no longer consider the increase during its May meeting. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)



The undergraduate student government Election Board held a candidate and slate orientation Wednesday. Three new slates and 39 candidates are running in this year's election. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

USAC introduces three new slates, 39 candidates running

This post was updated April 26 at 11:33 p.m. This year’s undergraduate student government election features three new slates and the largest number of candidates in the past five years. Read more...

Photo: The undergraduate student government Election Board held a candidate and slate orientation Wednesday. Three new slates and 39 candidates are running in this year's election. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

The undergraduate student government Election Board held a candidate and slate orientation Wednesday. Three new slates and 39 candidates are running in this year's election. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

Abel Valenzuela, special adviser on immigration policy to the chancellor and a Chicana/o studies professor at UCLA, recently sat down with a Daily Bruin reporter before an immigration town hall that will take place Thursday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo Editor)

Q&A: Chancellor’s immigration advisor talks undocumented student assistance

The Chancellor’s Advisory Council on Immigration Policy will hold a town hall Thursday to inform students about the steps UCLA is taking to support undocumented and international students. Read more...

Photo: Abel Valenzuela, special adviser on immigration policy to the chancellor and a Chicana/o studies professor at UCLA, recently sat down with a Daily Bruin reporter before an immigration town hall that will take place Thursday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo Editor)

Abel Valenzuela, special adviser on immigration policy to the chancellor and a Chicana/o studies professor at UCLA, recently sat down with a Daily Bruin reporter before an immigration town hall that will take place Thursday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo Editor)

Bonnie Reiss was appointed University of California regent by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UC regent dies after cancer diagnosis, remembered for activism

A University of California regent and education advocate died Monday. Bonnie Reiss, who was appointed regent by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008, had been diagnosed with cancer. Read more...

Photo: Bonnie Reiss was appointed University of California regent by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Bonnie Reiss was appointed University of California regent by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008. (Daily Bruin file photo)

College Academic Mentors provide academic counseling services for about 18,000 first- and second-year undergraduate students, and advise students who are interesting in applying to graduate school. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA to reduce College Academic Mentor employee benefits

Graduate students who provide academic counseling to undergraduates say a university-mandated reduction in their job benefits will impact the quality of their services. College Academic Counseling told graduate students who work as College Academic Mentors on March 16 that starting next year, they will no longer be eligible for the fee remission and healthcare benefits they currently receive. Read more...

Photo: College Academic Mentors provide academic counseling services for about 18,000 first- and second-year undergraduate students, and advise students who are interesting in applying to graduate school. (Daily Bruin file photo)

College Academic Mentors provide academic counseling services for about 18,000 first- and second-year undergraduate students, and advise students who are interesting in applying to graduate school. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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