Affirmative action’s days may be numbered due to an academic’s (pur)suit for the numbers.
When UCLA School of Law professor Richard Sander filed his lawsuit against University of California two weeks ago, it was not to ban affirmative action.
This post was updated July 28 at 4:55 p.m.
Students and faculty in Berkeley and Westwood have had a lot worth celebrating lately. The University of California celebrated the 150th anniversary of its founding in March, with most of the events taking place at the inaugural Berkeley campus.
From Colin Kaepernick to the Ping-Pong diplomacy of the 1970s, which initiated the diplomatic thaw between China and the United States, politics and sport have always been entangled in both countries.
Fall is here, so that means it’s time for a deluge of college rankings to drop like the leaves never do in southern California.
The most recent update to our oversaturated college rankings landscape is the 2018 iteration of U.S.
The search is on for fresh leadership at two University of California campuses, but what some hope to be a shake-up will probably be one of those tiny temblors that everyone sleeps through.
UC San Diego, the University of California campus built for the Cold War, has been getting the cold shoulder from its alumni lately.
It’s proven to be more than a minor snag for the university, which is preparing to embark on a $2 billion capital campaign next year – the donor-driven mechanism in which large universities sustain themselves in the era of the modern corporate university – and move forward on multiple construction projects to increase the attractiveness of the physical campus.
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