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Don’t take the LAO’s report seriously, Stockton still deserves a CSU campus

Last week, a highly anticipated report was released by the Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) that was supposed to be the first concrete step towards a four-year university in Stockton, the largest city in the state without one. The study was spearheaded by Assemblywoman Susan Eggman who has become a champion for bringing a state institution […]

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Where’s the best location for a CSU Stockton?

Much has been made recently regarding a potential full-fledged California State University in Stockton, and rightfully so. It’s pretty remarkable that a city of our size has been overlooked for a state school while places such as Humboldt, San Marcos, and Chico have campuses. Even the largely unpopulated Channel Islands has a CSU! Given Stockton’s […]

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GUEST POST: South Stockton corridor ripe with potential, opportunity

By Derek Ouyang In the face of modern urban political, economic, social, and environmental challenges, interdisciplinary collaboration between professionals, data-driven research, and holistic design will become increasingly crucial to sustainable urban planning. Fascinated by the educational opportunity this context presented, in 2011 I co-founded the Global Urban Development Program (GUDP) at Stanford University as a project-based […]

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