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Decades after being sent to internment camps, former California students receive degrees.
The state government has slashed the higher education budget by nearly 17 percent.
The University of California system still faces serious cuts despite the budget deal.
The PPI, or personal potential index, lets admissions officers assess applicants' personalities.
A new study examines the reasons why fourth-year medical students slack off.
More than 28,000 rejected students received the misdirected E-mail.
Students sent 900 valentines to White House, asking Obama to speak at their commencement. It worked.
UC officials conduct random checks to make sure students tell the truth in their applications.
University of California and California State University form partnership to streamline process.
More students would be considered, but fewer applicants would be guaranteed admission.