AirTalk for November 20, 2014

Students at University of California schools could be shelling out more to go to school in the coming years. Also, Mike Nichols, director of acclaimed films such as The Graduate, Catch-22, Carnal Knowledge, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf, passed away last night at age 83. Then, President Obama is set to announce his executive actions relating to the immigration system today.
"Open University" Strike Held At UC Berkeley

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