Your beloved UC Regents will be holding a meeting next week, Sept. 14-16 in their often-used hangout on UC San Francisco’s Mission Bay campus. The location is far enough from campus as to detract casual protesters, but close enough that UC Berkeley types can get there with no more than a few transportation transfers and probably some missed classes.
If you happen to be interested in going to give the Regents a piece of your mind, listening to what they have to say or even showering affection upon them, shuttles to Mission Bay campus run from 16 Street Mission and 24th Street Mission BART station.
The public comment portion of the meeting is scheduled for the beginning of the Wednesday and Thursday portions, so that’s 8 a.m. We’ll let you calculate by yourself how early you need to get on BART. The Regents will be discussing construction, the university’s diversity statement, pensions and laboratories, among other things, for a full agenda you can go here or see the Daily Cal rundown.
Tags:diversity, Mark Yudof, UC Regents, UC San Francisco
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