UC Scientists Say Warming Climate Threatens Future Summer OlympicsBy 2085, San Francisco could be the only U.S. city with temperatures low enough to host the summer Olympic games.
Cal Football Team Prepares For 'Down Under' Opener Before he ever thought about Xs and Os, California head coach Sonny Dykes faced a major problem with his team playing its season opener Friday against the University of Hawaii in Sydney.
Ashley Judd Enrolls In PhD Program At UC BerkeleyWhen the students return to the Cal campus on August 24th there be a famous face among the new enrollees.
UC's Skyrocketing Budget Has Lawmakers Checking The BooksCalifornia lawmakers have authorized nearly a half-million dollars to conduct an audit of the University of California President’s Office.
UC Berkeley's Edwards Stadium Is CrumblingThe historic Edwards Stadium at the University of California at Berkeley has seen better days in the last 84 years.
University of California Scientists Test Antibiotic Against Zika VirusUniversity of California scientists discover Zika virus blocked from entering cells with an antibiotic called Duramycin.
1 In 5 UC Students Going Hungry, Survey FindsThe University of California system is pledging more than $3 million to fight hunger on campus, as a new survey finds nearly 20 percent of students don't get enough to eat.
UC Berkeley Admits 1,000 More California Students Than Last YearMore money from state coffers allowed university officials to make the offers.
California Approves Funding For Gun Violence Research CenterCalifornia's state budget includes $5 million for a gun violence research center at the University of California.
Officers Swarm UCLA In Massive Response To Murder-SuicideTwo people died in a shooting on the University of California, Los Angeles campus Wednesday morning, in what police said was a murder-suicide.
University Of California Unveils $8M Plan For Undocumented StudentsUniversity of California system president Janet Napolitano unveiled a multi-year commitment to help undocumented students.
Cal Reaches $4.75 Million Settlement In Football Player's DeathThe University of California has reached a $4.75 million settlement with the family of a football player who died following an off-season conditioning drill and has agreed to modify its football training program.

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