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CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed retires amid budget crisis

CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed retires amid budget crisis

Alex Emslie
August 29, 2012
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Charles B. Reed led the CSU system through an era of cuts to the university’s state funding. In the past four years alone, Sacramento legislators have slashed more than $1 billion from the university system’s coffers, according to the CSU’s budget history publication. At the same time, enrollmen...

CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed announces retirement after serving 14 years

CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed announces retirement after serving 14 years

Angela Raiford
May 24, 2012
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Charles B. Reed, chancellor of the California State University system, has announced his retirement after 14 years. "Our campuses have continued to flourish even in the face of budgetary challenges and tremendous growth. Throughout my time here, the CSU has grown by more than 100,000 students, and I...

California State University names Timothy P. White as new chancellor

Brad Wilson
October 4, 2012
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UC Riverside Chancellor Timothy P. White has been named the newest chancellor of the California State University System. Charles B. Reed officially announced his retirement earlier this year in May after 14 years of service. “I am humbled to have been chosen to lead the California State University...

Proposed fee increase for student health center set to move onto President Corrigan, Chancellor Reed

Angela Raiford
May 2, 2012
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Students are two signatures closer to receiving extra benefits from the health center. A student petition circulated April 5 to April 23 to gain support for a proposed Student Health Center fee hike of $25, which will increase gradually through Fall 2016. After review by the Student Fee Advisory April...

Chancellor Reed places hold on grant awards for graduate students

Chancellor Reed places hold on grant awards for graduate students

Kelly Goff
April 13, 2012
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As continuing students eagerly began checking their student aid award offers this week, graduate students at SF State were stunned to find that any mention of a State University Grant, a much-needed supplement to student loans, was nowhere to be found. The grant award offers have been placed on hold ...

Students, faculty gather to picket chancellor's CSUEB visit

Krissa Stanton
April 20, 2011
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Students and faculty picketed outside the Student Services and Administration building at California State University East Bay April 18 as Chancellor Charles Reed met with its President Mohammad Qayoumi on the building’s fourth floor. Reed was on campus to meet with Qayoumi, who is slated to transition...

Professors and students picket chancellor's visit

Krissa Stanton
April 18, 2011
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Students and faculty picketed at California State University East Bay Monday as CSU Chancellor Charles Reed met with school President Mohammad H. Qayoumi to discuss the president's upcoming transfer to San Jose State University. The transition is slated to take place at the end of the academic year. “Today...

Mental health services fall short despite student fee increase

Kelly Soderlund
May 19, 2015
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SF State currently has no psychiatrist on staff to write prescriptions for students despite yearly increases to the student health fee to increase mental health staff and services. SF State students lobbied the administration in 2012 to raise the mandatory student health fee to increase mental health services ...

Study abroad programs now include Israel after nearly 10 years

Xpress Staff
November 27, 2012
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After almost a decade of being suspended, the Office of International Programs has opened up the opportunity to study in Israel despite recent violence in the Gaza Strip. The current semester was the first time the program has allowed students to apply to the University of Haifa in Israel for study abroa...

CSU Board of Trustees delays proposed fee votes

CSU Board of Trustees delays proposed fee votes

Ellie Loarca
November 14, 2012
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The California State University Board of Trustees has shelved the controversial fee vote which was set to take place Nov. 14 in the wake of the passage of Proposition 30. California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed and the CSU Board of Trustees had proposed a vote that would have added three n...

SQE raises awareness about possible Cal State University fee increases

SQE raises awareness about possible Cal State University fee increases

Brad Wilson
November 8, 2012
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Members of Students for Quality Education gathered at Malcolm X Plaza this afternoon to inform students about the three new proposed fees from the California State University Board of Trustees. The fees will be discussed at the Board of Trustees meeting Nov. 13-14 in Long Beach. These fees include a course repeat fee, which would ...

It's time for SF State to come together as a community

Xpress Staff
September 2, 2012
Filed under Opinion

SF State can seem somewhat socially fractured at first glance. Every week, tens of thousands of students travel to campus from every corner of the Bay Area — and sometimes beyond — go to classes, then return home, leaving behind a school that struggles to define itself as a community. Some of u...

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