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The University of California has for the first time admitted more Latino students from California as freshmen than white students. Here is a look at the number of in-state students accepted for fall 2014 admission by campus and race. Note that the numbers by race do not equal the totals because not all races and ethnicities were included.


Total: 61,120

African-American: 2,558 (4.2 percent)

Asian-American: 22,125 (36.2 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 17,589 (28.8 percent)

White: 16,378 (26.8 percent)


Total: 8,391

African-American: 287 (3.4 percent)

Asian-American: 3,549 (42.3 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 1,745 (20.8 percent)

White: 2,381 (28.4 percent)


Total: 17,813

African-American: 504 (2.8 percent)

Asian-American: 7,401 (41.5 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 3,780 (21.2 percent)

White: 5,290 (29.7 percent)


Total: 17,396

African-American: 530 (3 percent)

Asian-American: 8,061 (46.3 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 4,922 (28.3 percent)

White: 3,233 (18.6 percent)


Total: 9,128

African-American: 406 (4.4 percent)

Asian-American: 3,859 (42.3 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 2,033 (22.3 percent)

White: 2,375 (26 percent)


Total: 9,313

African-American: 463 (5 percent)

Asian-American: 3,275 (35.2 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 3,859 (41.4 percent)

White: 1,424 (15.3 percent)


Total: 17,758

African-American: 815 (4.6 percent)

Asian-American: 7,972 (44.9 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 5,698 (32.1 percent)

White: 2,715 (15.3 percent)


Total: 15,762

African-American: 367 (2.3 percent)

Asian-American: 7,439 (47.2 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 3,223 (20.4 percent)

White: 4,027 (25.5 percent)


Total: 18,815

African-American: 660 (3.5 percent)

Asian-American: 6,713 (35.7 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 4,548 (24.2 percent)

White: 6,033 (32.1 percent)


Total: 18,539

African-American: 704 (3.8 percent)

Asian-American: 5,941 (32 percent)

Hispanic/Latino: 5,237 (28.2 percent)

White: 5,831 (31.5 percent)

Source: University of California Office of the President, Student Affairs, Admissions


Should graduations return to the Grape Bowl?

Lodi Unified leaders are moving Lodi and Tokay high school graduations from the Grape Bowl to the Spanos Center at UOP in Stockton. They cite limited seating, costs and unpredictable weather at the Grape Bowl. But others say graduations at the Grape Bowl are an important Lodi tradition, and one reason many supported renovating the stadium. What do you think?

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