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CSU campuses receive record number of applications for the fourth straight year

CSU campuses receive record number of applications for the fourth straight year

Melanie Gaball

January 20, 2013

The California State University system received 12 percent more applications for Fall 2013 than it did for the previous year, continuing a four year increase in demand for higher education across all 23 CSU campuses. After an enrollment freeze for Spring 2013, which forced the majority of the CSU ca...

CSU asks state for money in lieu of Proposition 30

Gabrielle Moreira

December 5, 2012

The California State University system is requesting almost $372 million from the state for their support budget, which will see a five percent enrollment increase and salary increases for faculty and staff. The CSU is expecting about $69.9 million in their support budget coming from tuition fees...

CSU faculty receive email urging discretion on political talk

Christina Cocca

October 21, 2012

An email sent from CSUN Provost Harry Hellenbrand urged faculty to refrain from using class time to discuss political matters. The email sent on Sept. 26 said former CSU Chancellor Charles Reed asked Academic Affairs to remind faculty that “using the classroom to inform students about Proposition...

A.S. supports Proposition 30 and prepares for CSUN’s largest Big Show

A.S. supports Proposition 30 and prepares for CSUN’s largest Big Show

Hansook Oh

October 19, 2012

The Associated Students passed a resolution in support of Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative that would temporarily raise income taxes on earnings over $250,000 per year and increase sales tax by one-fourth of a cent. The resolution was authored by Senator Sarah Garcia, represe...

Associated Students working on resolution to support Proposition 30

Associated Students working on resolution to support Proposition 30

Hansook Oh

September 28, 2012

The Associated Students discussed passing a possible resolution in support of Proposition 30, Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative that would increase sales and income taxes, and raise more money for higher education.Senator Sarah Garcia, representing the college of education and the A.S. Exte...

Current A.S. members get advice from past members

Current A.S. members get advice from past members

Agnes Constante

September 21, 2012

Past Associated Students members attended Friday’s meeting to advise and talk to current members about what issues affect students. “The work you do here today is real stuff, and it has real dynamics, real work, real value to your community,” said George St. Johns, A.S. vice president for Valley...

Forum details November tax initiatives

Agnes Constante

September 20, 2012

Continuous cuts made to California’s higher education system have resulted in ongoing increases to student tuition and fees, but two competing initiatives on the November ballot would earn revenue for schools by raising taxes, which could prevent further cuts. A forum on the November Tax Initiatives...

Forum calls for social change and an end to voter disenfranchisement

Alex Curran

September 19, 2012

Voter suppression and statewide propositions were some of the topics discussed during the 2012 Election and Social Change forum that took place Wednesday night at the USU Northridge Center. Activist Rev. James Lawson led panel members Theresa Montano, chicano studies professor, Alberto Retana of Community...

CSU votes in favor of increase or refund based on success or failure of Proposition 30

Gabrielle Moreira

September 19, 2012

UPDATED WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION LONG BEACH—The CSU board of trustees voted 11 to 3 today in favor of a tuition increase if Proposition 30 fails and 11 to 3 in favor of a tuition rollback, or reimbursement, if the proposition passes. If Gov. Brown’s tax initiative, Prop. 30, is not passed in th...

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 approved resolutions state that a rollback refund of the most recent tuition hike will be implemented ...

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 first resolution gives the CSU Chancellor to "take actions necessary" to implement their contingency...

CSUN hosts debate on Propositions 30, 38

Christina Pembleton

September 17, 2012

Education and taxation measures, Proposition 30 and Proposition 38, will be discussed during a forum with guest speakers Sept. 19, hosted by CSUN’s Tseng College. Proposition 30 will raise income and sales taxes to assist with California’s budget crisis. If  it does not get passed, a $250 milli...

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