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February 8, 1989 | JEAN DAVIDSON, Times Staff Writer
UC Irvine has received a $300,000 endowment from a Newport Beach couple to establish the university's third chair for the study of world peace. The chair, endowed by developer Robert Warmington and his wife, Lori, will be used to recruit a distinguished scholar whose work promotes peace and international cooperation, said Daniel Stokols, director of social ecology.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1989 | JEAN DAVIDSON, Times Staff Writer
UC Irvine has received a $300,000 endowment from a Newport Beach couple to establish the university's third chair for the study of world peace. The chair, endowed by developer Robert Warmington and his wife, Lori, will be used to recruit a distinguished scholar whose work promotes peace and international cooperation, said Daniel Stokols, director of social ecology.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1996
. . . Newport Beach developer Lori Warmington launched a drive to promote drug-free graduation night parties at Orange County high schools. Students at all-night festivities would not be allowed to leave until morning. "Graduation night, the California Highway Patrol has told me, is the most dangerous and volatile night," she said. Source: Times archives
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1988
The Irvine Co. has announced that it will donate $1,000 to each of 12 high schools in Orange County sponsoring safety-conscious graduation parties this year. The high schools receiving the grants are Irvine, University and Woodbridge, all in Irvine; Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor in Newport Beach; Estancia and Costa Mesa in Costa Mesa; Canyon in Anaheim; Villa Park; Foothill High and Tustin in Tustin, and Laguna Beach. "In its ongoing commitment to local youth, the Irvine Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1988
Huntington Beach High School has become the latest in the county to join the trend of high schools urging students to choose a drug-free, alcohol-free graduation night celebration. Grad parties are all-night events following a high school's formal graduation. The parties are usually staged on the high school campus, with parents creating the elaborate theme decorations. Graduating seniors are treated to dance bands and all the food they can eat.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 24, 1988
About 150 high school parents from all over Southern California gathered at the Woodbridge Community Center on Saturday for an all-day "Grad Night Workshop." The workshop was sponsored by the nonprofit Grad Night Foundation of Costa Mesa, an organization that helps promote drug- and alcohol-free all-night celebrations for graduating high school seniors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 24, 1988 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
How to provide entertainment and prevent tragedies on high school graduation night will be the subject of an Oct. 22 workshop sponsored by the Grad Night Foundation. "We hope to get more high schools interested in having graduation night activities," said Mary Jane Kluck of Huntington Beach, a volunteer with the nonprofit organization. Grad Nights are generally drug-and-alcohol-free, all-night parties at the high school the night of graduation.
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May 16, 1995
Campus scene UC IRVINE Long Beach Official Is New Vice Chancellor Jerry Mandel, vice president for university relations at Cal State Long Beach, has been appointed vice chancellor for advancement at UC Irvine. Mandel succeeds Kathleen Jones, who left to become head of advancement for Georgetown University. Mandel will also oversee alumni relations and the UCI public relations department. During his seven years at Cal State Long Beach, Mandel raised more than $84 million.
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June 2, 1988 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
Bowing to an outcry from a group of parents in Huntington Beach, Hallmark Cards said it will discontinue a nationwide line of humorous graduation cards keyed to the consumption of alcohol. The giant greeting card company, however, declined to remove existing cards from retailers' shelves, spurring opponents of the cards to schedule a protest rally Friday at the company's regional headquarters in Newport Beach.
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June 7, 1987 | DENNIS McLELLAN, Times Staff Writer
'The No. 1 reason for doing this is you're saving lives.' --Lori Warmington At Newport Harbor High School, graduates will arrive at their all-night party via a suspension bridge over a moat and then proceed into the gymnasium, which will have been transformed into the Mt. Kenya Safari Club. At Corona del Mar High School, graduates will pass by two smoke-billowing volcanoes before entering a "Pacific island fantasy" that will include fake palm trees and real hula girls.
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