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Black students demanded a "safe space," and they got it. But CSU is certainly not a "segregated" school.
We must take on the naysayers directly, wrest the machinery of government from their dead cold hands, and make the necessary investments in our public colleges and universities. Only then will we be standing up for the original intent of California's path-breaking Master Plan for Higher Education.
Governor Jerry Brown has earned the moniker of California's Comeback Kid. Reinventing himself several times during his political career, he continues to gain distance from being the "Moonbeam" governor to becoming California's version of "Father Knows Best."
As the ball climbed a perfect arc and swished into the net, the crowd erupted, jumping to their feet and Schneeweis pumped

"I hope we can establish a treatment protocol that can be tolerated by big cats and used as a jumping-off point so next time
In the fifty years since California adopted its Master Plan for higher education the state has blossomed into a world-renowned center of creative innovation and enterprise.
By Erica Perez This article comes to us courtesy of California Watch. California State University campuses have in the last
As the student loan debt in the United States surpasses $1 trillion for the first time in the nation's history, thirteen courageous students from six California State University campuses will be engaging in civil disobedience in the form of a hunger strike until university leaders agree to freeze tuition.
Gocha posted a photo of his sustained facial injuries on his Facebook shortly after the incident with the caption, "I can
Amidst a serious economic downturn in California, the California State University Chancellor and the Trustees' insistence on maintaining gigantic executive salaries has revealed their detachment from the economic realities facing California's students.