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In a surprise move, Santa Barbara City College President Anthony Beebe announced he plans to step down from the position this summer.

SBCC President retires amidst calls for his resignation

In a surprise move, Santa Barbara City College President Anthony Beebe announced he plans to step down from the position this summer.

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Hundreds of thousands of students have joined a class action lawsuit against the University of California and Cal State systems.

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Wendy MacNaughton has pledged to host a drawing class every week day through the end of the school year from her home in San Francisco.

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The new academic year starts this week for students across Southern California. Typically, parents prepare by spending hundreds of dollars per child on supplies and clothes.

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Dodger Stadium is home to one of the largest COVID-19 testing sites in the United States, with the capacity to test 6,000 Angelenos every day.

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Gov. Gavin Newsom revised California’s budget down to $203 billion Thursday as the coronavirus pandemic batters the state with record job losses and shortfalls.

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