Tuesday, October 22

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Students care most about education, economy

As the University of California prepares to discuss another student fee increase for the next academic year amid continuing budget woes, students will look to Governor-elect Jerry Brown and a new Legislature to commit to higher education funding. In exit polling conducted by the Daily Bruin at polling sites, students overwhelmingly marked education and economy as the issues that influenced them most. Read more...

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Actress Rosario Dawson was on campus Thursday encouraging UCLA students to vote. More than 2,000 UCLA students have registered since this summer, and StudentsVOTE! hopes to get another 1,000 students by the Oct. 18 deadline. Listen at dailybruin.com/radio

StudentsVOTE! drives up UCLA voter registration

Actress Rosario Dawson visits UCLA to encourage voter registration

October 15, 2010 – Actress Rosario Dawson visited UCLA on Thursday to encourage students to take advantage of their political rights. [0:43]

"Actress Rosario Dawson visits UCLA to encourage voter registration"

With Monday's voting registration deadline approaching, campus organizers are trying to round up as many would-be student voters for the Nov. Read more...

Actress Rosario Dawson was on campus Thursday encouraging UCLA students to vote. More than 2,000 UCLA students have registered since this summer, and StudentsVOTE! hopes to get another 1,000 students by the Oct. 18 deadline. Listen at dailybruin.com/radio





UC Board of Regents endorses online-only program, next year’s student regent at meeting in San Francisco

UC Board of Regents discusses preliminary fall 2010 admission statistics

July 19, 2010 "“ The University of California won’t have final admission statistics for fall 2010 until students enroll in August and September. But preliminary data is in. With additional reporting by Sarah Jo, Daily Bruin senior staff. [1:20]

"UC Board of Regents discusses preliminary fall 2010 admission statistics"

SAN FRANCISCO "“ The UC Board of Regents expressed approval of a proposal for an undergraduate online-only degree program at its bimonthly meeting Wednesday. Read more...



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