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  • Cal State to debut online program, accept spring 2014 applications

    Cal State to debut online program, accept spring 2014 applications
    California State University students this fall will be able to enroll in online classes offered at other Cal State campuses, the latest move by the state’s public universities to expand online learning. The program will offer 36 fully online...
  • Burbank High's Katie Hooper multitasks to success in two sports

    Burbank High's Katie Hooper multitasks to success in two sports
    When she arrived at Burbank High as a freshman, Katie Hooper was determined to play multiple sports. Along with softball, Hooper competed in girls' volleyball and girls' soccer. However, after enjoying a successful sophomore season on the diamond for...
  • Three vie for Pasadena City College seat

    Three candidates are running for the Pasadena City College Board of Trustees in the district that includes La Cañada Flintridge, West Pasadena and West Altadena. Dianne Philibosian, Alexander Keledjian and Ross Selvidge filed their nomination papers for...
  • Police search for man who groped women near Cal State Northridge

    Police search for man who groped women near Cal State Northridge
    Police at Cal State Northridge on Thursday were searching for a suspect who has been groping women near the campus. Five assaults were reported Tuesday within two hours, between 11:40 a.m. and 1:40 p.m., said CSUN police Capt. Scott Vanscoy. No...
  • Learning Matters: Remembering lessons learned

    Learning Matters: Remembering lessons learned
    I've more than once heard this statement: "Today's students learn differently than we did." I'm inclined to disagree. Yes, today's students have informational technology we didn't have and they use it with an ease and speed some of us lack and that...
  • Humboldt State president announces retirement

    Humboldt State president announces retirement
    The president of Humboldt State University will retire at the end of the academic year, officials said Wednesday. Rollin Richmond has served as head of the Arcata campus for nearly 12 years. His retirement was announced at a meeting in Long Beach of the...
  • L..A. events call for opposing corporate-style school reform

    L..A. events call for opposing corporate-style school reform
    Los Angeles was the scene last week of two events that took on corporate-style school reform, which emphasizes competition and accountability and is promulgated by many state governments and the U.S. Department of Education. The first consisted of two...
  • UCLA sex assault suspect turns himself in to police

    UCLA sex assault suspect turns himself in to police
    A 20-year-old man accused of trying to assault two women near UCLA residence halls turned himself in to police over the weekend. Daniel Fernando Hoyos Isaza of Santa Clarita surrendered to university police with his attorney present around 1 p.m....
  • Assaults on female students reported at Cal State Northridge

    Assaults on female students reported at Cal State Northridge
    A series of assaults on female students at Cal State Northridge, including one on a woman who used a stun gun to escape, has prompted school officials to paper the campus with fliers seeking more information. The latest incident occurred about 8 a.m....
  • Students in foster care face 'invisible achievement gap,' study says

    Students in foster care face 'invisible achievement gap,' study says
    Thousands of California students in foster care are suffering from an "invisible achievement gap," with worse academic performance, a higher dropout rate and placement in more failing schools than their statewide peers, according to a study set for...
  • New Cal State trustee may be a good fit for Gov. Brown's online push

    New Cal State trustee may be a good fit for Gov. Brown's online push
    Gov. Jerry Brown has made it no secret that he wants California colleges to ramp up online education as a way to increase access and reduce costs. He emphasized the point recently when he named a Cal State Northridge computer science professor to the...