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Starting next fall, fees at the University of California will go up by 32 percent, reports the New York Times. According to university president Mark Yudof, the state's budget cuts left no other way and adds that, compared to 1990, they university system receives half as funding per student from the state. "My biggest fear," Yudof says, "is an exodus of faculty."

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