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  • Men's Soccer: Duo energizes UC Irvine

    Men's Soccer: Duo energizes UC Irvine
    Like gears engineered with precision, synchronous by design, Marco Franco and Tarek Morad operate cohesively within conversational distance of one another on the soccer pitch. Both senior center defenders for Big West Conference Tournament champion UC...
  • Seems as if all of Fresno has adopted the Bulldogs

    The flatbed trucks have backed onto the worn grass fields that ring Bulldog Stadium, which can mean only one thing: college football. It's four days before Fresno State's next game, but preparations have begun. The trucks are packing aluminum frames and...
  • Costco's Bible sin: Fact or fiction?

    Costco's Bible sin: Fact or fiction?
    Is the Bible a work of fiction or nonfiction? The question spawns genuine confusion. One thing is certain: Calling the Bible a work of fiction is a sure-fire way to rile up believers, particularly as we head into the “war on Christmas”...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Richard Plump knows how to engineer a big move

    The gig: Richard Plump is chief executive of Plump Engineering Inc., an Anaheim architectural engineering firm with 38 employees. Plump helped oversee the transportation of the space shuttle Endeavour from Los Angeles International Airport to 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....
  • Channa Horwitz dies at 80; artist known for geometric paintings, drawings

    Channa Horwitz dies at 80; artist known for geometric paintings, drawings
    Channa Horwitz, an artist known for her dizzyingly intricate geometric drawings and paintings based on complex predetermined systems, died Monday of complications from Crohn's disease at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica. She was 80. In 1968,...