Sunday, August 19

The Undergraduate Students Association Council will vote on a motion to withdraw from the United States Student Association after a proposal by Zach Helder, USAC external vice president. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

USAC considers withdrawing from United States Student Association

The undergraduate student government will vote on Aug. 17 on a motion to withdraw membership from the United States Student Association. USSA is a national student-led organization that aims to organize students to address issues at the local, state and federal levels. Read more...

Photo: The Undergraduate Students Association Council will vote on a motion to withdraw from the United States Student Association after a proposal by Zach Helder, USAC external vice president. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council will vote on a motion to withdraw from the United States Student Association after a proposal by Zach Helder, USAC external vice president. (Austin Yu/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Associated Students UCLA will be returning to a two-tier wage system, paying upper-tier jobs 50 cents per hour more than lower-tier positions like cashiering at restaurants. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

ASUCLA returns to two-tier wage system to attract student workers

Associated Students UCLA is returning to a two-tiered wage system for food service jobs, increasing wages for certain types of positions to encourage students to take those jobs. Read more...

Photo: Associated Students UCLA will be returning to a two-tier wage system, paying upper-tier jobs 50 cents per hour more than lower-tier positions like cashiering at restaurants. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

Associated Students UCLA will be returning to a two-tier wage system, paying upper-tier jobs 50 cents per hour more than lower-tier positions like cashiering at restaurants. (Kristen Payne/Daily Bruin)

The ASUCLA Board of Directors approved two environmental initiatives that will introduce eco-friendly products and compostable waste.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin senior staff)

ASUCLA approves initiatives for composting, microbead ban

Associated Students UCLA is set to change the way it handles waste and the products it buys as a result of two environmental initiatives approved by the ASUCLA Board of Directors Friday. Read more...

Photo: The ASUCLA Board of Directors approved two environmental initiatives that will introduce eco-friendly products and compostable waste. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The ASUCLA Board of Directors approved two environmental initiatives that will introduce eco-friendly products and compostable waste.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jim Mora, UCLA's head football coach, was the highest-paid UC employee, according to UC payroll data released Wednesday. (Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

UC releases 2014 payroll data, UCLA coach ranks highest-paid employee

The University of California increased its payroll by 7.5 percent to $12.6 billion in 2014, according to UC payroll data released Wednesday. According to the data released, the increase in salaries was due to heightened competitiveness in the wage market for employees and an increase in facilities offered by the UC associated with higher student enrollment. Read more...

Photo: Jim Mora, UCLA's head football coach, was the highest-paid UC employee, according to UC payroll data released Wednesday. (Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)

Jim Mora, UCLA's head football coach, was the highest-paid UC employee, according to UC payroll data released Wednesday. (Tim Bradbury/Daily Bruin)


The UC Regents approved a plan Thursday to raise the salaries of certain chancellors and other positions by 3 percent. (Courtesy of Kevin Cheung/The Daily Californian)

UC Regents approve salary increase for Chancellor Block, other leaders

SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California Board of Regents approved an increase Thursday in the salaries of UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and other leaders. Block, among other senior management officials, will receive a salary increase of 3 percent, about $12,850. Read more...

Photo: The UC Regents approved a plan Thursday to raise the salaries of certain chancellors and other positions by 3 percent. (Courtesy of Kevin Cheung/The Daily Californian)

The UC Regents approved a plan Thursday to raise the salaries of certain chancellors and other positions by 3 percent. (Courtesy of Kevin Cheung/The Daily Californian)



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