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November 19, 1990 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Rachel Winston doesn't have much time to waste, or even to sleep. Besides teaching at Orange Coast College two nights a week, Winston, 31, flies to Boston every Monday to attend a class in educational policy at Harvard University and returns Wednesday morning. What's more, she also takes a class at the University of Southern California extension campus in Orange County.
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November 19, 1990 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Rachel Winston doesn't have much time to waste, or even to sleep. Besides teaching at Orange Coast College two nights a week, Winston, 31, flies to Boston every Monday to attend a class in educational policy at Harvard University and returns Wednesday morning. What's more, she also takes a class at the University of Southern California extension campus in Orange County.
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May 24, 1997 | BY HOPE HAMASHIGE
Leadership Tomorrow, a Newport Beach group that trains people to become community leaders, has honored several of its graduates. At its annual Excellence in Leadership Awards, one member from each of Leadership Tomorrow's nine graduating classes was cited. They are: * Jeffrey Wilcox, parent volunteer, Newport-Mesa Unified School District. He has served on the district's budget advisory committee, community involvement task force and sex education task force.
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January 20, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
Besides long lines, anxiety over getting the right classes and the sticker shock that comes with buying textbooks, students returning Tuesday for a new semester at Orange Coast College were greeted by something new: the sound of music. The soft voices of instructor Rachel Winston and her teaching assistant came not from the music department, but from a cold and intimidating math lecture hall.
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April 25, 1998 | JERRY HICKS
It didn't take much conversation with Billy Peairs and Jonathan Hill to convince me they will help run things in this county someday. Billy, who is 14, was giving me insider tips on surfing the Internet. Jonathan, 15, was telling me about his stock portfolio. I ran into these two budding leaders--both freshmen at Foothill High in Santa Ana--at a business issues conference in Buena Park on Friday.
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