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July 18, 1995 | RENE TAWA
The students sometimes stay up all night, sending e-mail messages to pen pals around the globe--for English class. For math, they track stocks in the world markets. For physics, they try to figure out how to navigate a ship that would sail to the Fiji Islands. An international studies lesson has them plan an imaginary tour of the islands, gathering information by calling embassies and sending faxes around the world.
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January 11, 1998 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There seemed to be as many NCAA staffers as media types in the room for the pre-convention luncheon with Executive Director Cedric W. Dempsey. Similarly, turnout by the membership has decreased. The number of preregistered delegates dropped about 20% from 1997, most of the shortfall accounted for by Division I members. So, has the NCAA restructured its convention all the way out of public view? Major changes impacting Division I schools won't be happening in full view.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1998 | LORENZA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Emily's high school boyfriend likes to play a little game with her. Resting his 180-pound frame on her slight 17-year-old body, he holds her down by her wrists until they bruise, tickling her until she starts to cry and loses her breath. He won't stop until she calls him "Daddy." If she goes out, she must call him as soon as she returns home. Most important, she is allowed to talk to only three girls at school, and he had better not catch her talking to any guys--or else.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1998 | LORENZA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Emily's high school boyfriend likes to play a little game with her. Resting his 180-pound frame on her slight 17-year-old body, he holds her down by her wrists until they bruise, tickling her until she starts to cry and loses her breath. He won't stop until she calls him "Daddy." If she goes out, she must call him as soon as she returns home. Most important, she is allowed to talk to only three girls at school, and he had better not catch her talking to any guys--or else.
SPORTS
January 11, 1998 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There seemed to be as many NCAA staffers as media types in the room for the pre-convention luncheon with Executive Director Cedric W. Dempsey. Similarly, turnout by the membership has decreased. The number of preregistered delegates dropped about 20% from 1997, most of the shortfall accounted for by Division I members. So, has the NCAA restructured its convention all the way out of public view? Major changes impacting Division I schools won't be happening in full view.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 18, 1995 | RENE TAWA
The students sometimes stay up all night, sending e-mail messages to pen pals around the globe--for English class. For math, they track stocks in the world markets. For physics, they try to figure out how to navigate a ship that would sail to the Fiji Islands. An international studies lesson has them plan an imaginary tour of the islands, gathering information by calling embassies and sending faxes around the world.
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