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Yep, Update News is now on Facebook! Check out photos, post your Pop Quiz and story suggestions, and more!

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Update News is proud to acknowledge October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We salute everyone who has been affected by this illness, and wish them the very best.

Back in Style!

The Fall 2010 season of Update News has begun! Check out our season premiere here. All our newscasts will be available online as well as broadcast Sundays at 1:30 a.m. on KICU Channel 36!

Welcome to old and new viewers alike!

As Seen On Show #5

As mentioned during the show, click here to be taken to an article from that lists various items that are sometimes produced using child or forced labor.

Also, click here for more information on the Resurrection Dance Theatre of Haiti and the Haitian Timoun Foundation.

Update News is back!

Update News is back for the Spring 2010 semester! If you missed our season premiere, don’t fret! Just head on over here to watch it online right now. Incidentally, all our shows this semester will be available for viewing on the above-linked Web page, in addition to airing on KICU Channel 36 every Sunday at 1:00 a.m.

Glad you’re watching!

Sound Off!

We want to hear from you! Express your thoughts on topics mentioned during our most recent newscast. Click on the “Sound Off!” tab above to have your say, or just click here.

New Photos Page!

We’ve added some photos taken from inside the Update News studio! Click here to go to the new Photos page now. You can also click the “Photos” tab above. Enjoy!

Report suspicious activity on campus. Dial (408) 924-2236.

If you have witnessed criminal activity or have information that you believe will assist UPD in solving a crime or crimes that have occurred on campus, you can relay that information to UPD by calling 408-924-2236 (4-2236 on any campus telephone).

You can remain anonymous. When calling, please be as detailed as possible regarding the crime, person(s) involved, date, time and location of the incident and any other information you believe is important.