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UC leaders urge high school students to aim high

By Nicole Freeling

The University of California wants you: That is the message thousands of high school students will hear in the coming weeks as chancellors and senior leaders from all 10 campuses visit schools in low-income communities around the state.

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SB Last Call to get in on Nano-world

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Dianne Anderson

In Nano-realms of cutting edge science, steel carbon tubes run thinner than paper and six times stronger than the regular stuff.  Computer researchers are developing 3-D maps and holographic display systems of the Star Trek variety.

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From Foster Care to Director

Gamez-Sara-hrProgram Director Empowers Former Foster Youth Through Education and By Example

Today, Sara Gamez is a confident, educated young woman. She's a wife, a mother and an accomplished student with a master's degree who will soon begin her doctorate in educational leadership from Cal State Long Beach. She has a career she loves and a wide support network

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UC Initiative to meet or surpass financial goal

By Katherine Tam

The University of California has generated $460.9 million in cost savings and new revenue by operating more efficiently over the past three years and funneled that money directly to campuses to support the university's core academic and research missions.

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Blacks Attend ‘Racially Separate’ Colleges

By Freddie Allen

NNPA Washington Correspondent

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Despite high test scores and access to higher education, Black students often attend poorly-funded colleges and receive certificates instead of earning degrees, according to a recent report.

The report titled “Separate and Unequal,” by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, found

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OC, Sister Talk, Closing Black Gaps on Campus

by Dianne Anderson Sister Talk, one of the strongest African American groups on Orange County campuses, represents more than just an upcoming tea for mom...
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Government Shutdown Harder on Black Workers

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Although the shutdown of the federal government that began  Tuesday is affecting all A...
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UCI Medal event honors recipients, helps students

Event proceeds will provide scholarships and fellowships An annual UC Irvine gala celebrating recipients of the UCI Medal raised more than $1 million, whi...
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Black Media Slighted as Spending Power Exceeds $1Trillion

By George E. Curry NNPA Editor-in-Chief WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Although annual Black spending is projected to rise from its current $1 trillion to $1.3 tr...
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