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March 29, 1990
A 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles Community College District was named president Wednesday of Los Angeles City College, the oldest and most ethnically diverse of Los Angeles' nine community colleges. Edwin A. Young, 60, of Granada Hills, was selected by the district Board of Trustees after serving as interim president since September.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1990
A 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles Community College District was named president Wednesday of Los Angeles City College, the oldest and most ethnically diverse of Los Angeles' nine community colleges. Edwin A. Young, 60, of Granada Hills, was selected by the district Board of Trustees after serving as interim president since September.
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March 29, 1990
A 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles Community College District on Wednesday was named president of Los Angeles City College after a nationwide search by the district Board of Trustees. Edwin A. Young, 60, of Granada Hills was selected from a field of 71 applicants to serve as the 10th president of the 61-year-old Hollywood campus, the oldest of the district's nine campuses, with an enrollment of 16,500 students.
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September 3, 1994 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He comes from Sierra Leone, a small African country with such an impoverished Olympic committee that it was unable to provide him with anything other than a track and field singlet, shorts and a warm-up suit for the recent Commonwealth Games. Embarrassed because he had no fashionable blazer like the athletes from other countries, he refused to march in the opening ceremony. He was not missed.
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March 30, 1991 | JEAN MERL, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Edwin A. Young, president of venerable Los Angeles City College, keeps a rusty chunk of broken pipe near his desk, a graphic souvenir of the chilly day last December when the campus's antiquated central heating system fell apart. A few miles away, Thomas G. Lakin, Young's counterpart at the much newer Southwest College, works in an office overlooking the expanse of empty land where the rest of the long-promised "permanent" campus should be.
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