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CA Controller Publishes 2017 Salary Data for University of California and Community Colleges

CA Controller Publishes 2017 Salary Data for University of California and Community Colleges

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today updated her Government Compensation in California website to include 2017 self-reported data for the University of California and California Community College districts – a total of 428,661 positions and more than $19.21 billion in wages.  Users of the site can: View compensation levels on maps and search […]

More than $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

More than $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

Hundreds of local students have been awarded a total of $1,165,750 in scholarships in the 2018 Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) scholarship program, which is now in its 25th year. The 352 scholarships are provided by scholarship funds established by a variety of donors whose generosity helps make a college education more affordable for deserving […]

California Students Are Fighting To Keep Abortion Pills Off Their Campus

California Students Are Fighting To Keep Abortion Pills Off Their Campus

San Jose State University (SJSU) students are protesting a measure that may bring abortion pills to their campus after the California senate approved a bill requiring the state’s public universities …

Eber: Free Speech Dying at UC Berkley

Eber: Free Speech Dying at UC Berkley

  By Stephen Frank It cost the taxpayers $600,000 to allow Ben Shapiro to speak at Cal Berkeley.  For fifteen minutes on campus by Milo, you paid $800,000 to protect him.  Earlier in the year millions were spent on the riots caused by Progressives, Antifa and Black Lives Matter when they rioted, burned cars and building […]

A Penny For Your Thoughts…A $1,000 Scholarship For Your Essay!

A Penny For Your Thoughts…A $1,000 Scholarship For Your Essay!

Every year, the Council of College and Military Educators, CCME, offers scholarships to active military, veterans, and to their spouses. Please visit their website for more information about how you may qualify: http://www.ccmeonline.org/scholarships The Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) is pleased to offer $1000 scholarships each year to United States Service members (active duty/veterans) and […]

An Excellent Education Opportunity for Veterans

An Excellent Education Opportunity for Veterans

“In gratitude for their service, the CAL-VET California Department of Veterans Affairs College Fee Waiver (CCFW) Program provides higher education benefits to the dependents of service-connected disabled or deceased veterans.” Visit CalVet California for more information The Veteran Services Office was established in 1937 by the Ventura County Board of Supervisors to provide assistance to veterans, […]

College Kids Knock on Every Single Dorm Door for Special Cause

College Kids Knock on Every Single Dorm Door for Special Cause

Two college students were inspired to save lives – and they acted on that inspiration just by knocking on every single door of their campus and asking for quarters. Jesse Richards and Mark Schussler are both juniors at Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa. Last month, the students made a bet based on a game […]

Ventura County Community College District moves six finalists forward in search for new Chancellor

Ventura County Community College District moves six finalists forward in search for new Chancellor

The Ventura County Community College District announced today its decision to move six finalists forward in the search for a new Chancellor. To maintain the confidentiality of each candidate until their employers have been informed and reference checks have been completed, the names will be announced on or before Friday, March 3, 2017.  Subsequently, the […]

Californian’s Fight Against Illegal College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Heads to Court

Californian’s Fight Against Illegal College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Heads to Court

The next front in the battle over in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants will play out in a California appeals court on Nov. 3 in a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch on behalf of California resident and taxpayer Earl De Vries. The issue there is not whether the California Legislature can authorize in-state tuition to […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — Stamp Out Degreeism

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — Stamp Out Degreeism

By L. Neil Smith  One of the many interesting facts I learned by reading the splendid Judge Dee murder mysteries by Robert van Gulik, is that, in classical Tang Dynasty China, the authorities serving the Emperor didn’t have a clue how to test candidates for various qualities they regarded as desirable in government office-holders. But […]

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