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  • Crenshaw principal says teachers' dismissals not tied to union activity

    Crenshaw principal says teachers' dismissals not tied to union activity
    The principal of Crenshaw High School testified in a hearing Thursday that 12 former teachers who allege they were targeted and removed because of their union activism were let go from the campus for a variety of other reasons, including subpar...
  • College domestic: A checklist

    College domestic: A checklist
    For most, life at home is like staying at a 4-star hotel. There is always food available that you didn't go out and buy, your trash is picked up, and if you forget your key, there is always someone to let you in. Your domestic duties are handled by...
  • Close to campus, closer to ideal college life

    Close to campus, closer to ideal college life
    The ideal college life probably includes hanging out with friends and learning from interesting professors, but not frustrating campus traffic and limited parking. However, the closer you are to campus, the closer you are to all the enjoyable college...
  • Dorm life: Keep your cool

    Dorm life: Keep your cool
    Sharing a room in college with someone you might not have met before can be exciting and nerve-wracking. Inevitably, problems will occur. Aarika Camp, from NSU's Residential Life & Housing, offered advice for some of college's most common situations....
  • Anaheim Union superintendent aims to serve all students

    Anaheim Union superintendent aims to serve all students
    When community leaders gathered to welcome Michael Matsuda, the new superintendent decided to share the moment — and the limelight — with one of his students. Abby Carreon, a 17-year-old homeless student who was beginning her senior year...
  • College Applications: Information Station

    College Applications: Information Station
    College applications are open, and where you get your information matters. The best resources for college information are counselors/teachers, friends, the Internet and colleges themselves. Counselors/Teachers: College advisers, school counselors,...
  • Top 10 ways to pass your virtual course

    Top 10 ways to pass your virtual course
    With Broward County Public Schools now requiring an online class to graduate, students are obliged to undertake the daunting task of teaching themselves via the Internet. Such a mission requires focus and self-discipline. For those tackling such a class...
  • Colleges reject charge that freshman reading lists have political bias

    Colleges reject charge that freshman reading lists have political bias
    Freshmen at colleges around the country for years have been assigned to read the same books as a way to bond at orientation and to encourage intellectual interactions rather than just social ones. But this year, some of the reading selections are coming...
  • What freshmen are reading

    A sampling of colleges' common readings for this year's freshman class: Occidental College: "The Speech: The Story Behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream," by Gary Younge. Cal State Bakersfield and University of Maryland, Baltimore County:...
  • Cal State trustees raise scenario of transfer-only university system

    Cal State trustees raise scenario of transfer-only university system
    Could California State University one day limit enrollment to transfers, admitting burgeoning numbers of community college students but turning away new freshmen? The idea sounds far-fetched, but that scenario was raised Tuesday by trustees who...
  • UC proposes systemwide plan to fight sexual misconduct

    UC proposes systemwide plan to fight sexual misconduct
    In a sweeping effort to combat sexual misconduct on campus, University of California officials unveiled a systemwide plan Wednesday, calling for mandatory training for all students, staff and faculty, improved support for victims and more thorough...