Universities: The Tragedy at Cal: A Fiscal & Presidential Crisis

Weary regents of the University of California groped their way toward a temporary resolution of the system's financial crisis in a three-day meeting in Santa Barbara last week. With only Governor Ronald Reagan voicing an audible dissent, the board voted that there will be no imposition of tuition at the university in the 1967-68 school year. Whether there might be a tuition after that will be considered at a regents' meeting next April. The regents also decided that they could live with a hold-the-line budget of $255 million for 1967-68. That is $15 million more...

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