New Law Requires California Public Universities To Provide Access To Abortion Pill On Campus A bill requiring California public universities to provide students access to abortion pills was signed into law.
Cal QB Chase Garbers Out Indefinitely With Shoulder InjuryCalifornia will be without starting quarterback Chase Garbers indefinitely because of an apparent shoulder injury he suffered in Friday's loss to Arizona State.
University Of California President Janet Napolitano To Step DownUniversity of California President Janet Napolitano announced Thursday that she plans to step down next August after seven years at the head of the UC system.
UC Accepts Record Number Of California Freshman, Transfer StudentsThe University of California has accepted a record number of freshmen and transfer students that includes the most ever from California for the 2019-20 academic year.
University Of California To Make Admissions Changes Amid College Cheating ScandalThe University of California is making a series of changes to help combat fraud after an admissions scandal involving several colleges nationwide.
25,000 UC Medical Center Workers Staging One-Day StrikeWorkers at the University of California's five medical centers will stage a one-day strike Thursday to protest what they say is the university's move to outsource union jobs to private sector companies.
Dispute Over UC Berkeley Redevelopment Centers On Compensation To CityThe University of California, Berkeley is asking its Board of Regents for approval to demolish a parking garage to build new classrooms and housing for students and faculty. But the development plans have set off a legal battle with the city.
UC Medical Workers Walk Picket Lines Despite Claims Of IntimidationThousands of UC medical workers returned to the picket lines in the Bay Area and across the state Wednesday, with union officials claiming that the University is trying to intimidate striking workers.
University Of California Research, Technical Workers Stage 1-Day StrikeResearch and technical workers are staging a one-day strike at University of California campuses and hospitals, in the Bay Area and across the state, following failed contract negotiations.
UC Berkeley Releases Details About Suspended Professor Accused Of HarassmentThe University of California at Berkeley said on Wednesday that it has suspended a professor in its arts and humanities division for sexually harassing a female student 10 years ago.
University Of California Tells Students Not To Use WeChat, WhatsApp In ChinaUniversity of California students and faculty have been warned not to use messaging apps and social media while visiting China, for fear their communications could be used against them by the country's law enforcement agencies.
UC Berkeley Settles Lawsuit Over Cancellation Of Conservative Speakers On CampusThe University of California, Berkeley has agreed to consider changes to its policy on major campus events as part of a settlement in a lawsuit over student access to conservative speakers.
Medical Workers Walk Off The Job At UCSFThousands of University of California medical workers began a three-day strike Tuesday against hospitals, clinics and campuses including at UC-San Francisco that has prompted the rescheduling of thousands of surgeries and outpatient appointments.
UC Researchers Discover Plant-Eating SharkUC Irvine researchers said they have found a shark that enjoys a side of seagrass with its prey.
UC Santa Cruz Wants Staff To Rent Rooms To Students Due To Lack Of HousingA housing crisis has prompted University of California, Santa Cruz officials to ask faculty and staff to consider renting rooms to students.