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- Republican Students Threaten To Sue UC If Coulter Doesn’t Speak On Campus April 27 The UC at Berkeley students who invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus are threatening to sue the university if it doesn't find a proper time and venue for the conservative pundit to speak next week.
- Deborah Santana & Carl Lumbly Host Daraja Academy Fundraiser Deborah Santana & Carl Lumbly invite you to a fundraiser benefitting Daraja Academy on Sunday, April 23 at The Open Square at Futures Without Violence in the SF Presidio.
- Despite Odds, Once-Struggling Oakland Student Transforms Into Debate Champion Skyline High senior and Students Rising Above scholar Christine Harris is a national championship debater. It's quite an accomplishment, and quite a turnaround.
- California Bill Takes Aim At School Lunch 'Shaming' A bill moving through California's legislature takes aim at a practice often called "food shaming," when school children are treated differently when their parents or guardians fail to pay meal fees.
- Bay Area Schools Rethink Collecting Students' Citizenship Data Bay Area school districts are under pressure to stop asking questions about citizenship on student enrollment forms.
- UC Applications From Foreign Students Drop Sharply Since Trump Presidency University of California applications from students in Mexico plunged by 30 percent. Countries with large populations of Muslims sent in 10 percent fewer applications.
- Vandals Target Student-Run Farm In Morgan Hill Vandals targeting a student-run farm in Morgan Hill set livestock loose as part of an animal-rights protest but officials say they put the animals in danger.
- Planned Ann Coulter Visit To UC Berkeley Has Organizers Fearing Another Backlash The planned visit by firebrand conservative commentator Ann Coulter to the University of California, Berkeley has officials and organizers worrying about a repeat of the rioting which greeted Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopolous.
- Parents Protest Graphic Sex Ed Curriculum Changes In Cupertino Schools Plans for updated sex education curriculum at a South Bay school district had parents protesting at local board meeting Tuesday night before the board voted to not implement the changes.
- California Lawmaker Seeks Millionaire's Tax For Tuition-Free College Some California Democrats want to make college tuition free for in-state students by taxing very wealthy residents.