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SPORTS
December 23, 2009
UCLA up next VS. DELAWARE STATE Sunday, 1 p.m., Pauley Pavilion This will be UCLA's final tune-up before the Arizona schools arrive in Los Angeles for the start of the Pacific 10 Conference schedule. Delaware State has lost four games in a row but held No. 17 Ohio State to a season-low 60 points in a 60-44 defeat last weekend. -- David Wharton
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OPINION
November 28, 2012
The Tucson Unified School District was forced to shut down its Mexican American Studies program earlier this year after Arizona Supt. of Public Instruction John Huppenthal threatened to withhold millions of dollars in state aid. Huppenthal said the program violated a state law banning classes that promote "racial resentment," encourage "ethnic solidarity" or advocate the overthrow of the United States. Fortunately, Huppenthal's attempt to bully the district with this obnoxious law wasn't entirely successful.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1993 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Simi Valley man was killed when he jumped from the back of a crowded houseboat on an Arizona lake and was struck by the boat's propeller, authorities said Monday. Emilio Cruz, 20, was among 90 people on four linked houseboats near Lake Havasu's Copper Canyon, a popular spring break party spot, said Tonya Dowe, a Mohave County Sheriff's spokeswoman.
NATIONAL
November 20, 2011 | By Stephen Ceasar, Los Angeles Times
Arizona's public schools chief had heard unsettling reports about what was being taught in the Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American studies program and decided to see for himself. As he sat in on a Chicano literature class, Supt. John Huppenthal noticed an image of Che Guevera hanging on a wall and listened to a lecturer cast Benjamin Franklin as a racist. And though teacher Curtis Acosta did not directly portray Mexican Americans as an oppressed minority, he discussed educational theorist Paulo Freire and his "Pedagogy of the Oppressed," which the Tucson High Magnet School students used as a textbook.
SPORTS
April 29, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
USC defeated California, 10-1, in baseball at Berkeley Sunday to clinch its first division title since 1978, when the Trojans won the Southern Division of the Pacific 8. It became the Pacific 10 the next year, when the Arizona schools joined the conference. USC went on in 1978 to win its 11th NCAA championship, which was the Trojans' sixth of the '70s.
BUSINESS
May 15, 2004 | From Reuters
One former Qwest Communications International Inc. executive will plead guilty to accounting fraud charges and another will be retried, government lawyers told a judge. The former mid-level executives were charged with conspiring to boost Qwest revenue by more than $33 million from a deal to wire Arizona schools to the Internet.
TRAVEL
November 14, 2010 | By Robyn Norwood, Special to the Los Angeles Times
The familiar symmetry of the Pacific 10 Conference is changing, and that calls for a road trip. By joining the Pac-10 in 2011, the universities of Utah and Colorado will make it the Pac-12. With that, the rhythms of USC and UCLA fans traveling to the Arizona schools, the Bay Area schools, the Oregons and the Washingtons will be transformed. (OK, so not so many fans go to Pullman, Wash., which Washington State calls home.) Call Colorado and Utah the new Mountain time schools.
SPORTS
February 19, 2001 | SAM FARMER
UCLA Coach Steve Lavin is getting all sorts of strokes these days. The latest come from guard Billy Knight, whose clutch play Saturday helped the Bruins avoid getting upset by Arizona State. "I really couldn't tell from Lavin that he had his job on the line because his composure was real smooth," Knight said. "The only time I knew his job was on the line was by reading all the newspapers and listening to TV. I don't know how he did it.
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