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After Mysterious Suspension of Award-Winning UCLA Prof, Scientists Fight Back

More than 300 academic scientists from around the world are fighting a decision by the University of California at Los Angeles to suspend...

California Is Confronting Its Student-Housing Woes. But There’s No Quick Fix.

This week, officials at the University of California at Los Angeles made an $80-million bet that they hope will, in part, bolster the...

The ‘Student List’ Business Is Changing. Will That Make Student Recruitment Less Equitable?

Colleges have long used a reliable middleman to identify prospective students. But what happens if and when a new middleman emerges? ...

Bursting at the Seams and Battling in Court, Berkeley Faces an ‘Urgent and Real’ Student-Housing Crisis

Cyn Gómez understands, from personal experience, how badly the University of California at Berkeley needs to expand its student housing. Desperate for an...

Should Governing Boards Have More Say Over Athletic Decisions?

When the University of California at Los Angeles announced in late June that it would move from the Pac-12 athletic conference to the...

More Colleges Are Adding Diversity to Tenure Standards. But the Debate’s Not Settled.

The California Community Colleges system approved a new policy in May that added diversity, equity, and inclusion criteria to tenure and promotion reviews....

Researchers Did a Deep Dive Into Efforts to Restrict Critical Race Theory. Here’s What They Found.

Since Republican lawmakers began backing bills to limit diversity training or ban the teaching of “divisive” topics, most national news coverage has focused...

How a College Found a Better Way to Bargain With Its Faculty Union

Most of the time, negotiations between colleges and employee unions feature point-by-point battles over contract provisions and lots of lawyers. Often there is...

‘There’s So Many Questions’: Sports-Realignment Shocker Could Mean a Sea Change for Higher Ed

Two California universities announced Thursday they are leaving the Pac-12 athletic conference to join the Big Ten. The move is poised to send...

Native American Students Can Now Attend U. of California Tuition-Free

Native American students who are California residents will no longer have to pay tuition or fees at one of the nation’s largest public-university...

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