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  • Officials want more college-prepared students

    Tapping into some 144 million records on college students who are part of the National Clearinghouse database, Burbank educators hope to glean how well students do in completing college after they leave Burbank schools. According to the data, 71% of...
  • CSU, the easy way to boost graduation rates is the wrong way

    To the editor: There are easy ways to attain the California State University system's stated goal of more graduates: increase pass rates in classes, reduce breadth requirements for a degree and make more classes available online. ("Cal State chancellor...
  • Dick Enberg still puts personal touch in every baseball broadcast

    Dick Enberg still puts personal touch in every baseball broadcast
    My secret relationship with jazz artist Diana Krall isn't so hard to figure out — I think she's singing directly to me. It's a "secret" mostly in the sense that she knows nothing of it. As are many of history great loves, it is unrequited. The...
  • Teacher says success is an investment in time

    Teacher says success is an investment in time
    Longtime Glendale Unified teacher Jana Wells knew she wanted to become a teacher as a girl growing up in Burbank, but it wasn't until several years after graduating from Burbank High School did she pursue a degree in the profession. This January marks...
  • A blocker without a team

    A blocker without a team
    The nation's best blocker has no one to block for. Former Sandburg standout Tommy Carmody is a senior at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif., where he worked his way up to being the top blocker in the country as voted by sportswriters...
  • Andy Warhol Foundation finishes spree of art giveaways

    Andy Warhol Foundation finishes spree of art giveaways
    This post has been updated. Please see below for details. The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts said it has finished one of the biggest art giveaways of all time, sending the remaining contents of what rocker Lou Reed once dubbed "Andy's Chest"...
  • U.S.-raised Dreamers are building new lives — back in Mexico

    U.S.-raised Dreamers are building new lives — back in Mexico
    For so long, Nancy Landa kept secrets. Growing up in South Los Angeles, she never told friends that her parents had brought her illegally from Mexico when she was 9. Years later, after she had been elected the first-ever Latina student body...
  • Q&A: Teacher says success is an investment in time

    Q&A: Teacher says success is an investment in time
    Longtime Glendale Unified teacher Jana Wells knew she wanted to become a teacher as a girl growing up in Burbank, but it wasn’t until several years after graduating from Burbank High School did she pursue a degree in the profession. This January...
  • Local Homenetmen chapter awards scholarships

    Local Homenetmen chapter awards scholarships
    More than $26,000 in scholarships were handed out to 19 college students from Glendale and surrounding areas last Sunday by the Homenetmen Glendale Ararat Chapter at Phoenicia restaurant. Sixteen students received $1,000 scholarships each and three...
  • Victim of Jerusalem synagogue attack 'a real man of God'

    Victim of Jerusalem synagogue attack 'a real man of God'
    Shimon Kraft met Kalman Levine on the first day of second grade when they were carpooling to a new Jewish day school in Kansas City. Even after Levine moved to Los Angeles and then Israel — rarely to return — they remained close friends....
  • 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...