Monday, February 18

Chancellor Gene Block and Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang met with the Daily Bruin editorial board Tuesday to explain administrative policies and talk about issues on campus. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Gene Block, Jerry Kang discuss campus climate, issues facing the UC

Chancellor Gene Block meets with the Daily Bruin editorial board every quarter to discuss issues affecting campus and to explain administrative policies. At their meeting on Tuesday, Block, who was joined by Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang, spoke about campus climate issues, UCLA’s purchase of the Occidental Petroleum Building, the Centennial Campaign and the UCLA Grand Challenges. Read more...

Photo: Chancellor Gene Block and Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang met with the Daily Bruin editorial board Tuesday to explain administrative policies and talk about issues on campus. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Chancellor Gene Block and Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang met with the Daily Bruin editorial board Tuesday to explain administrative policies and talk about issues on campus. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

The University of California announced Wednesday an extension of the deadline for transfer student applications to Jan.4 (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UC extends application deadline for transfer students to Jan. 4

Transfer students applying to University of California campuses for fall 2016 will have an extra month to submit their applications, the University announced Wednesday. The new deadline for transfer applications is Jan. Read more...

Photo: The University of California announced Wednesday an extension of the deadline for transfer student applications to Jan.4 (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The University of California announced Wednesday an extension of the deadline for transfer student applications to Jan.4 (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The University of California will stop providing need-based financial aid for incoming out-of-state students to accommodate for the planned increase in enrollment of in-state students. The University will increase resident enrollment by 5,000 in the 2016-2017 academic year. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UC to cut need-based aid for incoming out-of-state students

The University of California will no longer provide need-based financial aid for incoming out-of-state students to accommodate for the planned increase in enrollment of in-state students. Read more...

Photo: The University of California will stop providing need-based financial aid for incoming out-of-state students to accommodate for the planned increase in enrollment of in-state students. The University will increase resident enrollment by 5,000 in the 2016-2017 academic year. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The University of California will stop providing need-based financial aid for incoming out-of-state students to accommodate for the planned increase in enrollment of in-state students. The University will increase resident enrollment by 5,000 in the 2016-2017 academic year. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The undergraduate student government received a proposal from the University of California Student Association that would allow students to opt out of a student fee used to cover the costs of its membership. (Efron Pinon/Daily Bruin)

UCSA proposes opt-out fee to increase funding, equalize representation

The University of California Student Association proposed at the council meeting Tuesday to allow students to opt out of a student fee used to cover the costs of the undergraduate student government’s UCSA membership. Read more...

Photo: The undergraduate student government received a proposal from the University of California Student Association that would allow students to opt out of a student fee used to cover the costs of its membership. (Efron Pinon/Daily Bruin)

The undergraduate student government received a proposal from the University of California Student Association that would allow students to opt out of a student fee used to cover the costs of its membership. (Efron Pinon/Daily Bruin)

Pasadena city manager appointed UCLA administrative vice chancellor

A Pasadena city manager will serve as the next administrative vice chancellor effective March, UCLA officials announced in a statement Friday. Michael Beck has operated Pasadena’s $685 million budget and manages city departments, such as the fire, police, public works and transportation departments, since the beginning of his term as city manager in October 2008. Read more...


The University of California Board of Regents concluded its bimonthly meeting in UC San Francisco on Thursday. (Arman Sharif/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UC Regents recap — Nov. 19

The University of California Board of Regents, the governing board of the University, approved its operating budget, which includes an enrollment plan for the next three years. Read more...

Photo: The University of California Board of Regents concluded its bimonthly meeting in UC San Francisco on Thursday. (Arman Sharif/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The University of California Board of Regents concluded its bimonthly meeting in UC San Francisco on Thursday. (Arman Sharif/Daily Bruin senior staff)

On Thursday, the University of California Board of Regents Committees on Finance and Long Range Planning approved an enrollment plan to increase resident enrollment by 10,000 students.  (Arman Sharif/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Regents approve plan to increase UC resident enrollment by 10,000

This post was updated on Nov. 19 at 4:55 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California Regents approved an operating budget plan Thursday that will aim to increase resident enrollment in the UC by 10,000 students over the next three years. Read more...

Photo: On Thursday, the University of California Board of Regents Committees on Finance and Long Range Planning approved an enrollment plan to increase resident enrollment by 10,000 students. (Arman Sharif/Daily Bruin senior staff)

On Thursday, the University of California Board of Regents Committees on Finance and Long Range Planning approved an enrollment plan to increase resident enrollment by 10,000 students.  (Arman Sharif/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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