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The University of California Acts Like a Private School

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Faced with a cash crunch, UC campuses are cutting back on new students from California. Out-of-state newcomers have to pay more, so they’re on the increase. The “Crown Jewel of the Golden State” now depends on tuition — and California parents are organizing against what they call a “betrayal.” We’ll hear from one of them and get the University’s explanation.

Also, the DWP’s top water cop visits KCRW’s Saul Gonzalez at home — with a lot of surprises. What do you think uses the most water in your house?

Banner Image: Royce Hall at UCLA; Credit: Aegis Maelstrom

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Katie Cooper