While plans remain tentative, campus leaders are looking at reopening on-campus housing to nearly full capacity and holding the majority of courses in person.
A year after the community college suspended its football program following violations, trustees are set to decide in May whether to bring the Seahawks back to the field.
Historian Iris Engstrand’s talk on 16th century explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo was supposed to offer a balanced view of his life and legacy. Instead, it courted controversy.
The student housing development has been tied up for years amid litigation and intense opposition.
Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo was long celebrated for his historic 1542 voyage along the California coastline. But behind his once-glossy public image is a brutal side to the explorer’s legacy.
The university’s plan seeks to prepare the campus for a projected enrollment of 28,000 by 2040, which is about 44% higher than enrollment last year.
The project, which would add 3,000 student beds, has seen long delays amid alumni-led opposition and environmental litigation.
The community college is embarking on a housing feasibility study this year, an effort driven by decreasing enrollment and high rates of housing insecurity among its students.
At Yale, she says, she's probably one of the most underprivileged undergraduates. At home, she says she can't stop thinking about how lucky she is.
The controversial framework would prepare the physical campus to meet an anticipated 44 percent growth in enrollment.