Tuesday, March 26

Anderson aims for financial self-sufficiency

The proposed financial self-sufficiency model for the UCLA Anderson School of Management, which plans to end the school's reliance on state funds, has generated debates between graduate students and administration alike, while awaiting review and approval by University of California President Mark Yudof. Read more...



After being held annually for 15 years at UCLA, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will now be held at USC.

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books moves to USC

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which will be entering its 16th year in 2011, will be changing locations to USC's University Park Campus, according to a statement by the Los Angeles Times. Read more...

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After being held annually for 15 years at UCLA, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will now be held at USC.

After being held annually for 15 years at UCLA, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will now be held at USC.

After working for more than a decade as a plumber, Phil Gussin returned to graduate school to become a teacher. He is currently a lecturer in political science.

Phil Gussin, plumber turned professor

Phil Gussin's hands used to be grubby, his skin a topography of calluses. Read more...

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After working for more than a decade as a plumber, Phil Gussin returned to graduate school to become a teacher. He is currently a lecturer in political science.

After working for more than a decade as a plumber, Phil Gussin returned to graduate school to become a teacher. He is currently a lecturer in political science.

UCLA still adjusting to reduced funding

While students can look forward to a newly renovated Rieber Hall, a new venue for Bruin Bash and the beginning of a new school year, the campus they are returning to is still adjusting to last year's budget cuts. California's budget plan, which was adopted for the 2009-2010 fiscal year, cut funding for the University of California system by $670 million for the current academic year. Read more...


State budget delay to not affect UC Cal Grants

The University of California is set to front the money for more than 66,100 students who will not receive their Cal Grants on time this fall because of the late state budget. With an almost record-breaking budget delay of 79 days, the state will not provide Cal Grant money in time for the Sept. Read more...




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