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  • Laguna Beach High's new artistic director for dance steps in, in style

    Laguna Beach High's new artistic director for dance steps in, in style
    Estee Carrizosa started taking dance classes at age 2. Today the 26-year-old remains committed to dance as an art form — only now, she's also spreading that enthusiasm to others as the new artistic director of the Laguna Beach High School dance...
  • UCLA starts with new pieces, and a 113-78 season-opening win

    For UCLA's men basketball team, an opener against such a team as Montana State is usually a matter of physics. The tip goes up — then it comes down, and the game is pretty much decided. UCLA dismissed the Bobcats, 113-78. A win was almost a...
  • Cal State trustees OK $269-million budget, pay raises for top execs

    Cal State trustees OK $269-million budget, pay raises for top execs
    California State University trustees approved a new budget Thursday for the 23-campus system, but acknowledged that it is unlikely to receive sufficient state funding to enroll all eligible students. The 2015-16 budget request of $269 million includes...
  • Cal State trustees approve budget, pay raises

    Cal State trustees approve budget, pay raises
    California State University trustees approved a new budget Thursday for the 23-campus system and boosted the pay of top executives. The trustees also heard from students about campus fees but decisions on those won't be made until January. The 2015-16...
  • Cal State system under fire for success fees on some campuses

    Cal State system under fire for success fees on some campuses
    As University of California leaders push for a controversial multiyear tuition increase, the larger California State University system is holding back, preferring instead to wait and see if more funding can be coaxed from the state, officials said. That...
  • Cal State 'success fees' draw growing criticism

    Undergraduates in the California State University system already pay historically high tuitions: an average of $5,472 a year not including books, room and board. But students who read the fine print are also noticing an additional charge —...
  • Looking at Irlen syndrome through a different lens

     Looking at Irlen syndrome through a different lens
    Call it mother's intuition, but Maria Hill knew something was up with her son. He was having headaches, struggling academically and missing words when reading. When he read aloud, he would make up words to replace ones he didn't see. He also claimed the...
  • Girls' volleyball: Players penalized for participating in sand tournament

    More than 20 girls’ volleyball players must sit out two matches as punishment for participating in a four-on-four sand volleyball tournament sponsored by Long Beach State in Huntington Beach on Sunday. At least one, school, Santa Margarita, has to...
  • Christian groups should follow CSU rules on inclusiveness

    To the editor: Requiring members of sectarian clubs sanctioned by public universities to submit to a religious test in order to be eligible for office is a frightening reminder of our theocratic-like colonial past. It represents a long tradition of...
  • Christian group fights for identity against Cal State policy

    Christian group fights for identity against Cal State policy
    InterVarsity Christian Fellowship members say they just want to spread the word, to provide a welcoming space for believers and non-believers alike on college campuses that sometimes can seem cold and isolating. But because it requires its leaders to...
  • Cal State awarded $60 million in federal grants to help diversify biomedical research

    Cal State awarded $60 million in federal grants to help diversify biomedical research
    Three California State University campuses Wednesday were awarded more than $60 million in federal grants to help train low-income and minority students for biomedical research careers. The National Institutes of Health grants are for five years and...