The UC Board of Regents has evidently taken a break in its meeting, which was disrupted by a group of angrily chanting students. At this, the frustrated UCLA police cleared the room of spectators and declared the protest in general unlawful.
The UC Board of Regents is set to decide today whether to approve a proposed whopping 32 percent tuition hike, bringing the cost of a UC education to a minimum of ten grand a year.
UPDATE: They passed it, as we knew they would.
Here’s the news about the day on campus that Kevin Roderick of LA Observed (who also works at UCLA) has been shepherding.
Okay, now I’m going to go back to grading papers—for my UC Irvine students, who will be among the recipients of such a hike.