Daily 49er

Ethnic studies programs fight against Executive Order 1100

Ethnic studies programs fight against Executive Order 1100

December 11, 2018

The ethnic studies departments across California State University campuses continue to fight against an executive order that they believe will negatively affect ethnic studies departments at CSUs. Executi...

Board of Trustees approve 5 percent tuition increase

Board of Trustees approve 5 percent tuition increase

March 22, 2017

For the first time in six years, California State University students will see a tuition increase of 5 percent, or $270 annually, as voted on today by the Board of Trustees during their meeting in downtow...

CSU will not comply with immigration hold requests

Connie Ojeda, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

Filed under CSU, News

Chancellor of the Cal State University system, Timothy White, said in a statement Wednesday that the CSU will not honor immigration hold requests on behalf of law enforcement agencies, despite the issuance of two memoranda by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly. The two Homeland Security memoranda issued on Feb. 21 – which call for the implementation of stricter immigration laws as a result of President Donald Trump’s...

CSU Chancellor Timothy White talked about the drought of bachelor’s degrees in California

Ariana Sawyer, Opinions Editor

February 15, 2015

Filed under News

Water isn’t the only thing California is running out of, according to California State University Chancellor Timothy White in a virtual press conference Friday afternoon. “California is also facing an equally devastating drought, and that is the number of people in California who have a bachelor's degree,” White said. In ten years, the state of California will be 1 million degrees short of sustaining its economy,...