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Graduate students marched on Kerr Hall, where the administration offices reside, to deliver their demands to the chancellor on Nov. 7. Watching in the foreground, with their backs to the camera, are Chancellor Cynthia Larive and Executive Vice Chancellor Lori Kletzer. Courtesy of University of California, Santa Cruz graduate students hide caption

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If a bill in the California Legislature become law, campus health centers at public universities would be required to provide abortion pills. Phil Walter/Getty Images hide caption

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UCSF is laying off some of its IT staff and sending their jobs to a contractor with headquarters in India. Luciano Lozano/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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Outsourced: In A Twist, Some San Francisco IT Jobs Are Moving To India

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Demonstrators rally before a meeting of a state wage board in New York. On Wednesday, a state panel recommended the minimum wage for fast-food employees be raised to $15 an hour, bypassing the state Legislature. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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A flat of Albion strawberries at the Bob Jones Ranch fruit stand near Oxnard, Calif. Zumapress/Corbis hide caption

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Breeding Battle Threatens Key Source Of California Strawberries

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