U. of California's Yudof, other public presidents turn to the federal government for financial support.
California community college sued by students and faculty for opening official events with Christian prayer.
Leaders of U. of California and its Berkeley campus say they share concerns of students who protest against them. Efforts to form alliances, however, are stymied by recent missteps.
While everyone obsesses over the Ivies and Berkeley, Cal State -- the largest university system in the United States -- moves from being non-competitive to competitive on who gets in.
Are the protests in California the start of a new national movement for access and affordability?
Protesters attack home of Berkeley chancellor, escalating tensions and setting off debate on tactics.
As colleges' plead for help, governor proposes constitutional amendment to ensure public universities get at least 10 percent of state funds. Plan is a long shot, but a symbolic boost.
Public colleges talk of merging with private law schools, arguing that state support won't be necessary.
Survey of U. of California students shows emphasis on socializing, leisure that may change with recession.
Two weeks after its rebirth, California agency to oversee private postsecondary education erroneously tells 50 institutions that they are approved to offer new programs.
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