Gavin Newsom, center right, speaks with students alongside UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland last October. At the time, he was a candidate for governor; now he owns that title and will have an opportunity to appoint new members to the UC Board of Regents, starting with two in 2020. He must not forget the Valley when the time comes.
Gavin Newsom, center right, speaks with students alongside UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland last October. At the time, he was a candidate for governor; now he owns that title and will have an opportunity to appoint new members to the UC Board of Regents, starting with two in 2020. He must not forget the Valley when the time comes. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsun-star.com
Gavin Newsom, center right, speaks with students alongside UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland last October. At the time, he was a candidate for governor; now he owns that title and will have an opportunity to appoint new members to the UC Board of Regents, starting with two in 2020. He must not forget the Valley when the time comes. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsun-star.com