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UC Regents recap – May 22-24

The governing board of the University of California met for its May meeting at UC San Francisco from Tuesday to Thursday. Regents discussed the University of California Extension programs, changes in UC policy and the restructuring of committees. Read more...


Janet Napolitano, president of the University of California, worked with the UC Board of Regents and other members of the University of California to allow more students to pay in-state tuition. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

UC Board of Regents approves loosening of qualifications for in-state residency

The board governing the University of California voted Thursday to allow more out-of-state UC students to qualify for in-state status. The UC Board of Regents approved recommendations from the UC Office of the President to loosen student financial aid eligibility and qualifications for in-state residency, after the Academic and Student Affairs committee voted unanimously Wednesday to support the changes. Read more...

Janet Napolitano, president of the University of California, worked with the UC Board of Regents and other members of the University of California to allow more students to pay in-state tuition. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

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Gov. Jerry Brown said he plans to include a $100 million allocation specifically for the UC's deferred maintenance projects and a $1.2 million fund for anti-bias training. (Daily Bruin File Photo)
Gov. Jerry Brown said he plans to include a $100 million allocation specifically for the UC's deferred maintenance projects and a $1.2 million fund for anti-bias training. (Daily Bruin File Photo)

UCLA spokesperson Ricardo Vazquez said although the UCLA Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences website was affected by a cryptojacking campaign, UCLA patched the site after being notified by Drupal and removed the code causing the hijacking. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA website hacked, no student information or sensitive data affected

The UCLA Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences website was affected by a hack that converted websites into cryptocurrency mining platforms, the university confirmed Wednesday. Troy Mursch, a security researcher, said in his updated blog post Monday that UCLA’s Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences website was affected by a cryptojacking campaign that targeted vulnerable Drupal websites. Read more...

UCLA spokesperson Ricardo Vazquez said although the UCLA Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences website was affected by a cryptojacking campaign, UCLA patched the site after being notified by Drupal and removed the code causing the hijacking. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The University of California's largest employee union is planning to hold a strike this week. Other unions including the California Nurses Association are also striking in sympathy. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

Other unions representing UC workers plan to join AFSCME in solidarity strike

Unions representing medical employees in the University of California plan to hold a strike in solidarity with the UC’s largest union this week. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, which represents service workers such as custodians and food service workers, is holding a strike from Monday to Wednesday because the union was unable to reach a contract agreement with the UC. Read more...

The University of California's largest employee union is planning to hold a strike this week. Other unions including the California Nurses Association are also striking in sympathy. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)


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