Buzz up!By Laurel Rosenhall, Sacramento Bee, Wednesday, November 18, 2009
"A panel of University of California regents has approved a plan to raise student fees 32 percent over the next year, bringing annual cost of a UC education to more than $10,000 - not including room, board and books."
Students at UCLA protest a plan that would boost student fees by 32 percent over two years. KCAL's Rachel Kim reports.
Campus police at UCLA have arrested protesters who repeatedly interrupted a regent board meeting about a rise in student fees.
California university regents approve 32 percent tuition increase
By Alan Duke, CNN
November 19, 2009 4:18 p.m. EST