Sunday, November 18

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos proposed changes to Title IX procedures in higher education. Devos has faced controversy in the past regarding her lack of experience with public schools and support of charter schools. (Creative Commons photo by Gage Skidmore)
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos proposed changes to Title IX procedures in higher education. Devos has faced controversy in the past regarding her lack of experience with public schools and support of charter schools. (Creative Commons photo by Gage Skidmore)

UC Regents recap – Nov. 14

The governing board of the University of California met for the second day of its November meeting at UC San Francisco on Wednesday. The Board of Regents discussed veteran services, food insecurity programs and the outcomes of the 2018 midterm elections. Read more...


(Daily Bruin file photo)
(Daily Bruin file photo)

Undergraduate Students Associated Council passed a resolution condemning a perceived administrative overstep in UCLA's cease-and-desist to National Students for Justice in Palestine regarding their conference logo. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)
Undergraduate Students Associated Council passed a resolution condemning a perceived administrative overstep in UCLA's cease-and-desist to National Students for Justice in Palestine regarding their conference logo. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

The new University of California payroll system, UCPath, has failed to pay student workers for seven weeks. Union representatives say the lack of pay has imposed unfair out-of-pocket costs on members. Hundreds of students have been affected by the errors in the new payroll system. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The new University of California payroll system, UCPath, has failed to pay student workers for seven weeks. Union representatives say the lack of pay has imposed unfair out-of-pocket costs on members. Hundreds of students have been affected by the errors in the new payroll system. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Homeowners over 55 years old, homeowners affected by natural disasters and homeowners with disabilities in Westwood and across California would save on property taxes if Proposition 5 passes. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

California Proposition 5 could reduce property taxes, state funding

Schools and local governments could eventually lose up to $1 billion annually if a proposition to provide qualified homeowners a major tax break is approved. Proposition 5, which will be on the November 2018 statewide ballot, would allow property tax savings for homeowners over 55 years old, homeowners with disabilities and homeowners affected by natural disasters across California. Read more...

Homeowners over 55 years old, homeowners affected by natural disasters and homeowners with disabilities in Westwood and across California would save on property taxes if Proposition 5 passes. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The gates to Harvard. UCLA alumni and faculty said they think Harvard’s ongoing federal case concerning affirmative action in admissions will have a national impact. (Courtesy of Sackton)
The gates to Harvard. UCLA alumni and faculty said they think Harvard’s ongoing federal case concerning affirmative action in admissions will have a national impact. (Courtesy of Sackton)


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