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Cal State University campuses get record number of applicants

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More than 790,000 applications have been submitted to California State University schools for the fall 2015 semester. That’s the most applications ever received by the 23-campus system, and nearly 30,000 more than were received one year ago, according to a statement posted last Thursday on the system’s website. All of …

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UC Regents approve tuition hikes

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Despite vehement protest from some students, the University of California Board of Regents on Thursday voted to raise tuition. The 14-7 vote could mean tuition in the UC system will go up as five percent in each of the next five years, according to published reports. The vote is a …

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Signs of Alzheimer’s & Finding a Memory Care Facility

Advances in Memory Care for Alzheimer’s

Because November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, this is an ideal time to address the signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia, which are typically first noted by loved ones of the person who exhibits them. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are 10 signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia to look for: …

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Napolitano won’t budge from UC tuition hike proposal

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Despite strong criticism from high places, University of California President Janet Napolitano is standing by her proposal to raise tuition at UC schools. Napolitano wants to raise tuition up to five percent in each of the next five years, a move that has been criticized by Gov. Jerry Brown, Lt. …

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UC tuition hike proposed

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The cost of going to school in the University of California system might become more expensive. Tuition at the state’s 10 UC campuses would go as much as five percent during each of the next five years under a plan being proposed by UC President Janet Napolitano, according to multiple …

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CSUSB president gets chairmanship

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Cal State San Bernardino President Tomas Morales will chair the governing board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Morales’ election was announced Tuesday, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. The association, which represents more than 450 colleges and universities in the United States, Spain and Latin America, …

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