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May 24, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
Two letters, written almost six months apart by Golden West College President Wes Bryan, paint a different picture about an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior by a swim coach. In November, Bryan wrote a letter to the Huntington Beach-based Golden West Swim Club's board of directors, describing how an “extensive” outside investigation cleared the club's swim coach, William Jewell, of charges of inappropriate conduct. The allegations had been made by former swim team employee Dia Rianda in an unlawful-termination suit filed against Jewell's boss, Mark Schubert.
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November 5, 2013 | By Adolfo Flores
A public safety officer at two Orange County campuses lost one of his jobs and is being investigated after he was accused of posting pro-Nazi and racist photos on Instagram. Carlos Vazquez, 31, was terminated from his job as a public safety officer at Golden West College in Huntington Beach and put on administrative leave from his post as a parking officer at UC Irvine, after a report from CBS2 . The photos under his Instagram handle “clos_vaz” included a photo of Adolf Hitler with children and a caption that read, “I love how attentive my kids are when it comes to real WW2 history,” the station reported.
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September 10, 1998
1997 RECORD: 3-7 overall, 1-5 in the division COACH: Mike Shaughnessy (4-16 at college) RETURNING STARTERS: 4 on offense, 0 on defense TOP RETURNERS Verdell Jones, WR, 6-3, 200; Matt Langenfeld, OL, 6-2, 250; Chris MacDonald, OL, 6-3, 250; Danny Rubalcava, RB, 5-7, 180; Paul Tessier, WR, 5-11, 175; Ryan Woods, OL, 6-2, 275; Matt Wentz, QB, 6-2, 205. TOP NEWCOMERS Luke Dunbar, OL, 6-6, 320; Mike Ketcham, DL, 6-0, 250; John Sanders, RB, 5-7, 155; J.D.
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May 24, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
Two letters, written almost six months apart by Golden West College President Wes Bryan, paint a different picture about an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior by a swim coach. In November, Bryan wrote a letter to the Huntington Beach-based Golden West Swim Club's board of directors, describing how an “extensive” outside investigation cleared the club's swim coach, William Jewell, of charges of inappropriate conduct. The allegations had been made by former swim team employee Dia Rianda in an unlawful-termination suit filed against Jewell's boss, Mark Schubert.
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May 30, 1985
Golden West College held its 19th commencement ceremony Wednesday evening. The graduation ceremony was held outdoors on the campus quad in Huntington Beach. name Degrees: 590 associate of arts degrees were awarded. Speakers: Peter Green, biology instructor and Huntington Beach City Council member, was the keynote speaker. His topic was, "Perspectives . . . Perspectives . . . Perspectives."
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May 3, 1985 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
Golden West College President Lee Stevens will move to an administrative post with the governing Coast Community College District this summer, the latest in a series of changes in top academic leadership in the 53,000-student district. Trustees announced Wednesday that Stevens will replace Correllan J. Thompson, vice chancellor of business affairs for the district, who is retiring July 1. Fred Garcia, dean of admissions at Golden West, will replace Stevens as acting president June 1.
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December 17, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
Coast Community College District trustees have chosen longtime administrator and professor Wes Bryan as president of Golden West College in Huntington Beach. Since 1999, Bryan has served as vice president of instruction. He spent more than 20 years as a speech communications teacher at the college. He replaces Kenneth D. Yglesias, who was promoted to district chancellor.
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April 4, 1994 | ALICIA DI RADO
Are you among the 75,000 people who have attended Golden West College? If so, the school is looking for you. Officials are trying to locate at least 6,000 graduates to form the Golden West College Alumni Assn., spokeswoman Lori Thomas said. The Golden West College Foundation is creating a database of names, addresses and phone numbers of former students, she said. Volunteers are also combing through old records to track down graduates.
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May 24, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Michael Adamo is this year's recipient of Golden West College's R. Dudley Boyce Outstanding Student Award. Named after the college's founding president, the award is the most prestigious scholarship given to students, officials said. Adamo, who plans to transfer to a four-year university to study philosophy after he graduates from Golden West on Thursday, will be a featured speaker at the commencement ceremony. His accomplishments at Golden West have included serving on 11 committees.
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December 7, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman
Golden West Swim Club said it has found nothing to support allegations of inappropriate behavior by assistant swim coach William Jewell or evidence of wrongdoing by his boss, famed former Olympic swim coach Mark Schubert, according to a letter from the club's president. The organization hired an outside firm to conduct an investigation after former swim team employee Dia Rianda sued Schubert for wrongful termination in September, alleging Schubert ignored complaints she made regarding sexually inappropriate behavior displayed by Jewell.
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January 21, 2009 | My-Thuan Tran
The chancellor of the Coast Community College District was placed on administrative leave earlier this month, district officials said The district Board of Trustees made the decision to place Ken Yglesias on leave during a closed session that took place in a meeting when the district's campuses were closed for winter break, said Jim Moreno, president of the board. Moreno declined to state why Yglesias, who had served as chancellor since May 2004, was put on leave. "Personnel matters are confidential," Moreno said.
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November 21, 2007 | My-Thuan Tran, Times Staff Writer
A proposal to build a Costco at Golden West College in Huntington Beach is coming under fire from students and nearby residents who fear increased traffic and question whether a college should be allowed to turn part of its campus into a big-box store. Bringing Costco to campus could bring 250 jobs, $1.75 million a year in lease payments for the college and $1.5 million annually in sales tax revenue for the city, said Stanley Smalewitz, Huntington Beach's economic development director.
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September 11, 2006 | Roy Rivenburg, Times Staff Writer
After going mascot-free for 30 years, Coastline Community College has finally joined the world of Fighting Artichokes, Anteaters, Battling Bishops, Banana Slugs and assorted other creatures and vegetables. But the Coastline Dolphins aren't likely to intimidate rival sports teams -- mainly because the college doesn't have an athletics department. It barely even has a campus.
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December 17, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
Coast Community College District trustees have chosen longtime administrator and professor Wes Bryan as president of Golden West College in Huntington Beach. Since 1999, Bryan has served as vice president of instruction. He spent more than 20 years as a speech communications teacher at the college. He replaces Kenneth D. Yglesias, who was promoted to district chancellor.
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January 18, 2004
Re "Community College Spending Is Uneven," Dec. 21: Alan Remington insinuates that Coastline Community College is the reason that Orange Coast College had to cut "more than 400 sections" from its fall schedule. In fact, it was state budget shortfalls that have forced creative faculty, staff and administrators at the three Coast Community College District colleges (including Golden West College) to find ways to make serious cuts in their staffing, programs or offerings, and still offer excellent educational programs at a very reasonable cost to their students.
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September 6, 2003 | Jeff Gottlieb, Times Staff Writer
The head of financial aid at Golden West College in Huntington Beach has resigned after two women accused him of sexual harassment, and his boss has been placed on paid leave. Two clerks alleged that Financial Aid Director Steve Mucciaro had made sexually suggestive comments to them over a period of time, said John Renley, the college's vice chancellor of human resources. Mucciaro and Richard Porter, vice president of student services and Mucciaro's supervisor, were placed on paid leave Aug.
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June 29, 2002 | JENNIFER MENA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Twenty-seven white-gloved cadets marched through the campus of Golden West College in Huntington Beach on Friday to graduate from the school's police academy. All but three had shaved their heads. Those with hair neatly tucked into their police caps were the few women who took on the rigorous six-month training required to become a police officer. Despite continued efforts to recruit women, many don't consider law enforcement as a career, said David S.
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