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September 26, 2000 | JOHN JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Amy Hutchcraft, 18, and her dormmates set up housekeeping in a lounge next to a laundry room. Ashleigh Boslet, a freshman from Pennsylvania, was crammed into a conference room with five others. They were luckier than Birgitte Marthinsen, who arrived at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo two weeks ago from Norway and still had not found a place to live when school started Monday.
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September 26, 2000 | JOHN JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Amy Hutchcraft, 18, and her dormmates set up housekeeping in a lounge next to a laundry room. Ashleigh Boslet, a freshman from Pennsylvania, was crammed into a conference room with five others. They were luckier than Birgitte Marthinsen, who arrived at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo two weeks ago from Norway and still had not found a place to live when school started Monday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 1996
* Three Fillmore and Santa Paula high school graduates will each receive a $3,000 scholarship from the United Agribusiness League to pursue a career in the agriculture industry. The winners are Heather Richardson and Kathleen Haase, both Fillmore High School graduates, and Brandon Axell of Santa Paula, a graduate of St. Bonaventure High School in Ventura.
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December 26, 1987
In your Nov. 13 article on Damone Johnson's success with the Rams, your staff writer Chris Dufresne referred to Johnson's alma mater as "Cal Poly University something or other." As president of the Cal Poly Athletic Alumni Society, I thought the following facts would enlighten your sports writers: --Our athletes maintain an average grade-point average of 3.2 --Our Sports Hall of Fame recently inducted notable figures such as Mike Krukow, Ozzie Smith and John Madden. --We have won 28 Division II national championships.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1990
Seven Woodbury University architecture students won the top award at an architectural design competition last weekend at California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo. The Burbank students designed and built a 20-foot-tall, triangular tower with free-floating platforms to win the "People's Choice" award in the Poly Royal Design Village Competition April 26-29. One of 63 entries, the unusual structure also won an honorable mention award in the "Exploration of Form" category.
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May 6, 2001 | SUSAN SPANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mary Ellen Pleasant was either a demon or a saint, a daring 19th century abolitionist who harbored runaway slaves or a blackmailer, voodoo queen and procuress who provided girls for rich men in San Francisco. She was born a slave on a Georgia plantation or a free woman of color in Philadelphia--it's not known definitively which--sometime around 1815.
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August 31, 1989 | TOM GORMAN, Times Staff Writer
It may seem a little after-the-fact given the faculty hirings and land clearing already under way, but on Friday Gov. George Deukmejian will officially create California State University, San Marcos. The governor will come to San Marcos to sign the legislation, authored by state Sen. Bill Craven (R-Carlsbad) and approved by state lawmakers last Thursday, formally naming the campus and placing it in the State Education Code that lists the 19 other state universities.
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August 18, 1985 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
Crusty is one word to describe Bruce Anderson, but that runs the risk of reminding him of Chicken McNuggets, and he absolutely hates Chicken McNuggets. Curmudgeonly is better, but a little understated for a newspaper editor who recently sneered in print that the Mendocino County Grand Jury was a "gutless posse of senile Rotarians." Everyone agrees that Anderson is opinionated, but few concur on whether he is just honest and forthright or a mean-spirited bully.
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September 18, 1988 | BILL SING, Times Staff Writer
Like many small-business owners, Irv Levine wanted to boost his employees' loyalty. He also wanted to boost his retirement nest egg by selling an ownership stake in his firm. His answer to both desires: An employee stock ownership plan. The plan, formed last year, gave a 30% ownership stake to the 200 employees of Multiquip, a fast-growing Carson-based distributor of construction equipment.
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