The University of California Board of Regents has voted to freeze tuition in the fall, in exchange for millions of dollars in state funding. But students can't rest easily: if voters reject the governor's tax plan in November, UC would lose all of that funding and $250 million more. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
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With all the budget cuts and tuition hikes public universities face, it seems like the wrong time to give campus presidents a big raise. But earlier this week, the CSU board did exactly that. Does the job of running a state university merit a salary in excess of $300,000? We ask one of the people whose job it is to recruit those leaders. Guest: Jaime Ferrare, an academic headhunter with AGB Search.
End Music: "When You Wish Upon a Star", performed by Farao/Durham/Zonino, from the album "Romantic Melody"