Youth Radio Coverage

Bellow is an archive of some of Youth Radio’s coverage of issues in California high education and student responses on UC & CSU campuses:

California College Crisis: Origins. [An Interview with State Sen. Loni Hancock], December 14, 2009
(download mp3)

Students Take Over SFSU, December 9, 2009

UC Protesters to Face Charges, November 23, 2009

Tuition Increase Causes Chaos at UC Campuses, November 20, 2009

California Tuition to Increase by 32 Percent, November 19, 2009

Students Protest Fee Increase At UC Campuses, November 18, 2009

At UC Berkeley, Strikes Continue, November 18, 2009

California Budget: Follow the (Lack of) Money, November 13, 2009

Budget Cuts Spark Protest at UC Irvine, September 25, 2009

UC Walkout Live Coverage [UPDATE], September 24, 2009

UC Berkeley Walkout, September 24, 2009

UC Students Energized By Diversity, Turnout at Budget Cut Protest [SECOND UPDATE], September 24, 2009

Notes from UC Walkout Teach-In, September 23, 2009

UC Students Walkout Thursday, September 23, 2009

UCs Walkout Against Budget Cuts, September 22, 2009

What is the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act?, September 18, 2009

The Fiscal Impact on Higher Education, September 14, 2009

Back to School: SF State, September 1, 2009

School Budget Cuts Add to Students’ Confusion, July 28, 2009

Who Is Really Affected By College Budget Cuts?, July 21, 2009

California Higher Education, July 13, 2009

Cal State’s Undergraduate Fees to Go Up, July 8, 2009

Budget Cuts in Oakland are No Joke, June 12, 2009

California Education Crashes and Burns, June 2, 2009

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