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Campus and Community Join to Celebrate the Life of CSUF President Milton A. Gordon
October 19, 2017
Past and present campus members, as well as members of the California State University and representatives of state legislative leaders joined together early October to celebrate the man and the milestones achieved by the late California State University Fullerton (CSUF) President Milton A. Gordon, the University's fourth leader who served for more than 20 years. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Iman Marshall
October 19, 2017
Like many USC Trojan football players, junior cornerback Iman Marshall is homegrown, a native of Long Beach. ... read more »
AB 19 — Free Community College — Signed Into Law
October 19, 2017
 AB 19 will expand the number of students eligible for a community college fee waiver ... read more »
Los Angeles Community College District Applauds Governor Jerry Brown in Signing AB 19,
October 19, 2017
The California College Promise passed the State Legislature with bipartisan support. ... read more »
L.A. Grammy Museum now accepting applications for Grammy Camp-Jazz Session for High School Student Musicians
October 13, 2017
The program is part of the Museum's Grammy in the Schools offerings and is supported in part by Converse, Journeys, RBC Capital Markets, Hot Topic Foundation, and the Ford Motor Company Fund. ... read more »
Dodgers Surprise Crenshaw Students with Playoffs Tickets
October 12, 2017
Alumni of the L.A. Dodgers travelled to Crenshaw High School to reward 30 high-performing students and student-athletes with tickets to the club's first playoff game against the Arizona Diamondbacks ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Nickeisha Williams
October 12, 2017
Senior Nickeisha Williams is an outside hitter for the Cal State Northridge Matadors, aiding them with their 4-2 record in Big West play. ... read more »
California State University, Dominguez Hills Breaks Ground on New $82 Million Science and Innovation Building
October 6, 2017
The foundation donated $4 million to fund the Toyota Center for Innovation in STEM Education, a 7,000 square-foot center which will be housed on the first floor of the new science building. ... read more »
New Law will Allow Donation of Uneaten School Lunches
October 5, 2017
Gov. Jerry Brown last week signed a new law that will allow the Los Angeles Unified School District to donate uneaten food to food banks instead of discarding it. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Mikel Beime
October 5, 2017
With a 3-2 record, junior Mikel Beime is helping restore the legacy of the Locke football program after two seasons of forfeits. ... read more »
Los Angeles Rams Beautify Warren Lane Elementary School
October 5, 2017
The Los Angeles Rams held a day of service at Warren Lane Elementary School in Inglewood, to assist with a school beautification project. ... read more »
Department of Education Reports Minimal Test Score Gains
October 2, 2017
In the third year of revamped testing procedures, Los Angeles County students showed minimal gains in English and math achievement compared to the previous year, according to results released Wednesday by the California Department of Education. ... read more »
Occidental College Launches Obama Scholarship
October 2, 2017
Occidental College recently announced the launch of its Barack Obama Scholars Program, saying the full scholarships to be offered will "empower exceptional students committed to the public good" consistent with "the principles President Barack Obama has advanced throughout his life." ... read more »
CSUDH President Announces Retirement
October 2, 2017
Cal State Dominguez Hills President Willie J. Hagan, who has been leading the university since June 2012, announced recently he will retire next year. ... read more »
Google’s Made With Code program has joined with Snap Inc to host  a contest for teens to code a geofilter
September 29, 2017
I have a pressing question:  Do you love the young people in your life?  If you do, would you make effort to share information that could positively impact their future?   Suspecting that the answers to both of the questions are a resounding—yes—then please make note that until October October 8, teens can go to MadewithCode.com to code a geofilter and submit a 100-word statement about the future they envision.  ... read more »
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