On Oct. 23 the Daily Bruin published a news article and an opinion column reporting that a study by a UCLA law professor, Richard Sander, had found that the university’s admissions policies could be violating Proposition 209.
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.
Loopholes in the undergraduate student government election code, revealed in the course of elections week, have raised serious questions about the student group endorsements process and caused a top member of the Bruins United campaign to step down from his position.
Ten out of 13 undergraduate student governments will be uncontested in this year’s election.
The Academic Affairs Commission, Cultural Affairs Commission and Financial Supports Commission will be contested in the elections held from May 7-10.
A recent controversy over a UCLA professor’s link on a course website has spurred a debate about the use of course materials in the context of academic freedom.
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