UC Davis students occupied Mrak Hall in November to protest the latest round of proposed tuition hikes. Susan Gubernat says that a generation ago, California’s Master Plan for Higher Education enabled its young citizens to get a college degree “for what seems today like pennies in tuition and fees.”
UC Davis students occupied Mrak Hall in November to protest the latest round of proposed tuition hikes. Susan Gubernat says that a generation ago, California’s Master Plan for Higher Education enabled its young citizens to get a college degree “for what seems today like pennies in tuition and fees.” Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
UC Davis students occupied Mrak Hall in November to protest the latest round of proposed tuition hikes. Susan Gubernat says that a generation ago, California’s Master Plan for Higher Education enabled its young citizens to get a college degree “for what seems today like pennies in tuition and fees.” Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

Those who gained from low tuition are stiffing today’s college students

February 11, 2015 4:00 PM

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