Tuesday, December 10

Carnesale awaits heart surgery

Chancellor Albert Carnesale is scheduled to undergo open heart surgery Tuesday to correct a heart valve condition, a procedure characterized by a veteran cardiologist as relatively low-risk for a healthy person. Read more...


[A Closer Look]: UC president criticized after salary revelation

University of California President Robert Dynes ““ who insists people call him “Bob” ““ has long sought to cultivate an image of accessibility. During his 15 years as chancellor of UC San Diego, he headlined a “Chancellor’s Challenge” in which he ran with students to raise money for scholarships. Read more...


Policies give program hope

UCLA’s willed body program, shut down last year after its director was accused of selling body parts for profit, may reopen as soon as today, officials said. Read more...



RIAA sues UCLA member

One individual from UCLA was among 757 nationwide targeted by the recording industry’s latest round of lawsuits against illegal file sharing, which were filed Thursday and include users at 17 different college campuses. Read more...



Academic blogs offer political insight

Eugene Volokh has something of an alter ego. When he’s not discussing the intricacies of legal issues in the classroom, the UCLA law professor turns to the Internet, where his audience is far greater. Read more...



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