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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1988 | DAVID HALDANE, Times Staff Writer
Stephen Horn's naming of June Cooper as acting president of Cal State Long Beach has met with the approval of the CSU chancellor, apparently ending a two-month stalemate over the terms of Horn's departure. "(We) are very pleased with the appointment," Jeff Stetson, a spokesman for CSU Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds said in a telephone interview Monday. "June Cooper is an outstanding administrator and we're sure that she will do an excellent job until a permanent successor can be found."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1988 | DAVID HALDANE, Times Staff Writer
Stephen Horn's naming of June Cooper as acting president of Cal State Long Beach has met with the approval of the CSU chancellor, apparently ending a two-month stalemate over the terms of Horn's departure. "(We) are very pleased with the appointment," Jeff Stetson, a spokesman for CSU Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds said in a telephone interview Monday. "June Cooper is an outstanding administrator and we're sure that she will do an excellent job until a permanent successor can be found."
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NEWS
May 28, 1989
Cal State Long Beach is about to become the first campus in the California State University and Colleges system to declare itself a "smoke-free" environment. A recommendation by the Faculty Senate expected to be approved by university President Curtis L. McCray would ban smoking beginning in the fall in all campus buildings except the student union and dormitories. "Given the state of our ventilation, when you smoke in a closed interior the smoke is extended beyond the confines of a small room," said June Cooper, vice president of faculty and staff relations, who said she brought the issue before the Faculty Senate after receiving numerous complaints.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1988
Chanting "education, not publication," about 50 students marched Thursday on the administration building at Cal State Long Beach to protest a faculty recommendation against granting tenure to a popular political science lecturer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1987
Ethically, I'm not sure I can solicit funds for a cause, no matter how worthy. But I do think it's appropriate for me to suggest that others solicit funds for a worthy cause. A most worthy cause is "Jim Cooper's Orange County," that most interesting and stimulating weekly program, hosted on public television station KOCE (Channel 50) by Cooper. According to Chancellor David A. Brownell of Coast Community College District, decreased funding and a redirection of KOCE's mission to emphasize support of district instructional programs has led to the decision to drop Cooper's program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
A move to ban flower sales at a planned downtown farmers market failed at this week's City Council meeting, despite the protests of local florists who said their businesses will suffer. "It's a competition thing," Councilman Harold R. Kaufman said Wednesday. "We should not be limiting competition. I feel the flower sales should be allowed at the market."
NEWS
December 8, 1994
Mary Ellen Vogt, a member of the Cal State Long Beach teacher education faculty since 1989, has received the Marcus Foster Memorial Award from the California Reading Assn. for service in furthering the teaching of reading. Vogt is one of nine authors of Houghton-Mifflin Co.'s 1996 reading language arts series. * Long Beach resident Dolores Gale has received the Greater Long Beach Child Guidance Center's annual Agency Service Award.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1997 | KIMBERLY SANCHEZ
Farmers may be able to sell their fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers in the city again if the Planning Commission accepts a permit today to allow a certified farmers market in the Pavilions parking lot. The proposed market would operate from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesdays in the southeast corner of the lot on Dana Point Harbor Drive. It would be near restaurants and other merchants, who worry about inadequate parking.
NEWS
March 23, 1986 | WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM, Times Staff Writer
An accountant for California State University, Long Beach, has been fired following his arrest last month on suspicion of embezzling an unspecified amount of money from business office trust accounts, school officials said last week. Juan Vargas, former manager of trust accounting and a university employee since 1979, was arrested on Feb. 28 after officials discovered a missing sum that University Relations Director Eugene Asher would only describe as significant but "not huge."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
We hold Anderson Cooper in the highest regard when it comes to journalistic integrity and also when it comes to flipping one's hair and putting fellow a fellow diva in his or her place. Following his brilliant shut-down of a nosy airplane passenger in June, Cooper took his defiance to the airwaves this week on his daytime talk show "Anderson Live. "  When Cooper came out as gay in July, former "The View" host Star Jones suggested that, when ratings slip, daytime hosts tend to reveal a lot of personal things in efforts to boost viewership.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 31, 1985
In June, "Jim Cooper's Orange County" on KOCE-Channel 50 will examine air pollution in Orange County, Horatio Alger Award-winner John Crean, the national convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the Orange County Performing Arts Center. In the June 7 program, "Orange County Air Quality: the Air We Breathe," Cooper will interview local community officials, including Supervisor Harriett Wieder and Anaheim Mayor Don Roth.
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