Janet Napolitano, the former secretary of Homeland Security, helped craft the program that President Trump wants to kill.
By Louis Freedberg When Janet Napolitano was named president of the University of California over three years ago, her appointment
2. The UC system is comprised of numerous stakeholders, whose interests sometimes conflict. On Jan. 21st, Student Regent
In this presidential election season, one thing is certain: candidates will rarely - if ever - be asked what they would do to keep this nation at the forefront of science and innovation. That's a shame.
Host Zerlina Maxwell takes a closer look at the complicated issue of rape at American universities.
University of California system President Janet Napolitano credited sexual assault survivors and their advocacy groups with raising the issue of rape on campus to a point where school leaders can no longer avoid the issue.
No one should ever have a sexual act forced on them by anyone else. It is a violation in the most offensive and worst sense imaginable.
State law only requires it to be $9 an hour.
Yes, California has a financial crisis. But why are we taking it out on California's students? Denying them the opportunity to attend their state university? Forcing them to attend colleges out of state and pay higher tuition when we, the residents, are paying taxes to support 'our' university system?
It is college commencement season, a glorious time of year, when spring flowers and joy are blooming on campuses across the nation. For millions of diligent college students, hearing their names called and being handed a hard-earned diploma is a watershed moment. It is a genuine cause for celebration for students and their families.
Napolitano and the UC Regents have been the subject of protests since they approved a tuition hike in November that would
For the first time since the first George Bush was president, California Democrats are having a competition for a seat in the U.S. Senate. And the early leader is the only candidate on the 2010 statewide Democratic ticket who nearly didn't win.
As he contemplates some fights to come in his record-setting fourth term as Governor of California, Jerry Brown finally got the final count on his re-election. Late absentees and provisional ballots boosted Brown more than a full point from his standing the morning after, to 60.0 percent.
DHS had previously expanded its use of prosecutorial discretion more generally, telling officers to focus on "bad actors
Napolitano criticized a recent Congressional hearing on Ebola featuring Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease