Proposition 13 remains intact after the California Supreme Court declined last week to review a lawsuit from former UCLA Chancellor Charles Young against the measure’s requirement for a two-thirds legislative vote on state tax increases.
A majority of UCLA students polled said they were not familiar with the November ballot measure that will determine some University of California funding, according to a Daily Bruin/UCLA Department of Statistics survey conducted between Sept. 24 and Oct. 9.
Gov. Jerry Brown said there is no alternative to cutting millions from the University of California if voters do not approve Proposition 30, a tax increase measure that is polling around 50 percent approval, in an interview with seven UC student newspapers on Tuesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown will speak at a rally in Bruin Plaza today for his proposed tax increase initiative, which is tied to the University of California’s finances.
Representatives from nine University of California student newspapers interviewed UC President Mark Yudof on Wednesday via teleconference. Yudof discussed affirmative action, Proposition 30 and online education, among other topics. Listen to the full interview here.
After three tumultuous years of declining state support followed by tuition hikes, a funding agreement between the University of California and the government is in the works ““ but experts say such a deal may be unproductive.
Jessica McGuire grinned and asked, “Want to see it?” She lifted her shirt, showing a foot-long pink scar that snaked around from her back to just below her sports bra. Underneath were marks left behind by two half-inch incisions.
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