Community Essay : 'Mentoring: a Two-Way Street' ERIC TRULES, Eric Trules is a poet and filmmaker who teaches theater and creative writing at USC and UCLA. He encourages other would-be mentors to call the Fulfillment Fund at (310) 788-9700.
Conversation With Chanthan Chea : 'We Have Grown Addicted' to American Freedom, Democracy Chanthan Chea of Riverside is a co-founder of the United Cambodian Students of America and the Cambodian-American National Development Organization. Born in rural Cambodia, he was studying English in the United States in 1975 when Pol Pot came to power in Cambodia and launched a genocide that annihilated 2 million people before being driven into exile by the Vietnamese in 1978. He discusses with free-lance writer Trin Yarborough the impact Cambodian Americans are having on the coalition government that has lead the country since U.N.-supervised elections last May. Meanwhile, King Norodom Sihanouk recently returned a s the titular head of Cambodia
A Few Thoughts on Rock Hudson and Another Man Named John . . . JOHN RANDOLPH, Randolph, winner of the Tony and Drama Desk awards for his performance in Neil Simon's "Broadway Bound," has appeared in hundreds of plays, films and television productions. He recently completed a starring role in "Hotel Manor Inn," a film not yet released, and soon will be seen on public television in the BBC's "A Foreign Field" with Sir Alec Guinness.
Composers Milk a Dead-End Aesthetic CLAIRE RYDELL, Claire Rydell is a professional photographer specializing in educational and travel photography and holds music degrees from UCLA and Cal State Northridge. She also teaches in the Free Arts: LA program