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CSU postpones vote on fee increases

CSU postpones vote on fee increases
Carly Gillis November 13, 2012

  >> UPDATED WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION << CSU Board Chair Bob Linscheid announced Tuesday that three proposed tuition fees will be delayed until further notice. “After...

Students for Quality Education hold conference call about fee increases

Carly Gillis November 12, 2012

Greg Lewis, a sociology major at CSU Dominguez Hills, only has to complete 18 units to get his degree. He said he could probably get it done in one semester and even though it would be a lot more work,...

Congressman Sherman defeats Berman in 30th District

Congressman Sherman defeats Berman in 30th District
Carly Gillis November 7, 2012

UPDATE (9:12 A.M.): Democratic Congressman Howard Berman conceded to Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman just before 2 a.m. Wednesday morning.  In a statement, Berman congratulated his opponent,...

Bicyclists take to the road for CicLAvia

Bicyclists take to the road for CicLAvia
Carly Gillis October 8, 2012

As many as 100,000 Angelenos took to the streets Sunday to imagine a car-less world -- or at least downtown Los Angeles. CicLAvia, a nine-mile street festival where the roads are only open to those...

CSU board of trustees discusses Proposition 30 and what will happen if it passes or fails

CSU board of trustees discusses Proposition 30 and what will happen if it passes or fails
Carly Gillis September 18, 2012

LONG BEACH—At the CSU board of trustees meeting Tuesday, the finance committee passed two resolutions, both contingent on the success or failure of Gov. Jerry Brown’s Proposition 30. The two...

CSU board of trustees votes on two resolutions, postpones the third

Carly Gillis September 18, 2012

At the CSU board of trustees meeting today, the CSU board of trustees finance committee approved two resolutions, both contingent on the success or failure of Gov. Jerry Brown's Proposition 30. The...

CSU letter will warn of delay

Carly Gillis September 17, 2012

A letter from the CSU will be sent out beginning Oct. 1 to prospective students, warning them that decisions to admit will be delayed until after Proposition 30 is voted on in November. The letter will...

Board of trustees approves pay hikes for new presidents amid budget woes

Carly Gillis July 18, 2012

Along with deciding to support Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative, the California State University Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to approve pay hikes for its four new presidents, including CSUN’s...

Brown’s new California budget leaves fate of CSU and UC to November voters

Carly Gillis July 1, 2012

The approval of California's state budget last week has left the fate of state public universities' funding in the hands of voters. The state's 2012-13 budget is contingent upon the passage of...

Obama’s new immigration policy mirrors DREAM act

Carly Gillis June 20, 2012

President Obama announced an immigration policy overhaul Friday that may help over 800,000 young undocumented citizens avoid deportation from the United States. This change allows for two years of “deferred...

California open primary results: No cigarette tax and new term timits for state office

Carly Gillis June 6, 2012

Votes tallied in California’s new open primary system struck down a proposed cigarette tax while upholding a change in term limits for state legislators. June 5 marks the first time California used...

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