When it comes to donations accepted by the university, UCLA’s current policy prefers to keep the public in the dark.
My last column dealt with the problems associated with a lack of transparency in UCLA’s donation policy.
Much of academic research presents itself as a neutral account of the world around us.
Recently, however, a controversy in Washington, D.C., has sparked a debate about how money and finances can influence research.
In many respects, the 2012 presidential race was settled by voters less than 30 years old.
Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and Virginia were all swing states and all would have swung the other way if it weren’t for the youth vote.
I love 8-clapping as much as the next person, but school spirit can only get you so far.
This week marks the sixth rendition of I Heart UCLA Week put on by the Student Alumni Association, and recognizing the limits of school pride is a lesson SAA can take to heart.
Duke may have hoisted a trophy on Monday night, but the real winner of the 2015 men’s basketball tournament was the NCAA.
The championship game between Duke and Wisconsin was the highest rated championship in 22 years, averaging 11.3 million viewers across the broadcast.
In the fight over the proposed tuition increase, the state seems to have chosen the path of direct intervention.
First, in December, there was bipartisan support for Senate Constitutional Amendment 1, which grants the state unprecedented legislative oversight of the UC.
Make no mistake, college sports are a business, and business has never been better.
ESPN has an unfathomable 12-year, $7.3 billion contract to broadcast the BCS national championship playoff.
Degrees are the bridge to California’s future, but we are starting to run out of planks.
According to the Public Policy Institute of California, the state will need at least one million more college degree holders than currently projected by 2025.
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