UCLA Selected The No. 1 Public School In The Nation By US NewsUCLA was named the No. 1 public university in the nation by U.S. News & World Report Monday for the fifth straight year.
GOP Tax Bill Would Have Impact On Pro, College SportsThe GOP tax reform bill released last week would bar state and local governments from issuing tax-exempt bonds for stadium construction, a common feature of stadium deals over the past two decades.
Rash Of Anti-Semitic Fliers Sent To Colleges Around The Country, Including USCThe fliers are addressed to "white men" and disparage Jewish people. They include links to a neo-Nazi website.
UCLA, Claremont Students Protest Ferguson Grand Jury DecisionHundreds of UCLA students took part in a demonstration outside Royce Hall Tuesday against what they call a broken system.
Best Universities In Los AngelesLong known as one of the cultural capitals, Los Angeles is also celebrated as a hub for some of the best universities and colleges throughout the world.
Study: USC Ranks 4th Globally For Most Billionaire Undergraduate AlumniA new report lists the University of Southern California as one of the top schools in the world with the most billionaire alumni.
USC Ranked 4th On Playboy's 'Top Party Schools' In USIt's a dubious honor that may make Tommy Trojan blush: USC has been named among the nation's top 5 party schools.
Online College Offers Pricey Alternative To Overcrowded CampusesAs tuition and fees continue to soar on state campuses, a new online college is launching just as demand for higher education is increasing.
Enrollment Options Dwindle At Overcrowded Community CollegesA new study shows that nearly half of all community college students couldn't enroll in one or more classes they needed due to overcrowding at California campuses.
SoCal Community Colleges Struggle With Waste, InnovationLike the rest of the state, local community colleges are struggling to stay economically and academically viable.
UC President: Budget Cuts 'Profoundly Disturbing', Will Slash AdmissionsUC President Mark Yudof called the proposed budget by Gov. Jerry Brown "a sad day for California."
Study: Calif. Community Colleges Fail To Prep Students A new study finds that most students seeking degrees at California's community colleges never get them.
Community Colleges Face $840M 'Ticking Time Bomb'As the budget battle rages on in Sacramento, community colleges here in the Southland and around the state are warning of a looming and massive financial shortfall.