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September 18, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The NCAA ruled that Corie Blount, a center at Cincinnati, has used up his college eligibility, although Executive Director Richard Schultz indicated he would permit an appeal to the NCAA Council. Blount, from Monrovia, played four games early in the 1988-89 season at Rancho Santiago Community College before suffering a season-ending injury, received a medical hardship waiver from the California Community Colleges Assn., and later transferred to Cincinnati.
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July 1, 2001 | JEFF GOTTLIEB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A $1.5-million federal grant that one Orange County community college district rejected is about to be scooped up by another district in the county to encourage the development of new businesses. The grant from the U.S. Commerce Department will help the Rancho Santiago Community College District build a business incubator for digital-imaging companies. It probably will be built at Santiago Canyon College in Orange, which, with Santa Ana College, make up the district's two main campuses.
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December 10, 2000
Is the educational future of our community in the hands of elected officials, the decision-makers or the courts? The decommissioned Tustin Marine Corps Air Facility land is much needed to build schools and colleges by our community. The courts probably will have to settle yet another discrimination educational issue. While the city of Tustin knows that the land is very valuable and important for commercial development, it is also partly in the Rancho Santiago Community College and Santa Ana Unified School districts, which are overcrowded with 66,000 students in need of schools to receive an education.
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December 10, 2000
Is the educational future of our community in the hands of elected officials, the decision-makers or the courts? The decommissioned Tustin Marine Corps Air Facility land is much needed to build schools and colleges by our community. The courts probably will have to settle yet another discrimination educational issue. While the city of Tustin knows that the land is very valuable and important for commercial development, it is also partly in the Rancho Santiago Community College and Santa Ana Unified School districts, which are overcrowded with 66,000 students in need of schools to receive an education.
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March 31, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Rancho Santiago Community College District has approved a feasibility study to determine the cost of a proposal to move district offices from the Santa Ana campus to a vacant building across 17th Street. Board member Tom Saenz, who cast the only dissenting vote, said he is "philosophically opposed" to moving the district offices because "I feel administration should be visible to students and staff." But Chancellor Vivian B.
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October 13, 1995 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Rancho Santiago Community College District officials, rejecting criticism that the school's adult education programs fail to adequately serve Orange residents, said this week they will refuse to cede control of the classes to Orange Unified School District. Orange Unified had sued Rancho Santiago in an effort to wrest control of the 21 adult education classes that have been offered in Orange, Villa Park and the Anaheim Hills area for more than two decades.
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November 2, 1992 | JON NALICK
It's getting increasingly difficult for new students to squeeze into Rancho Santiago Community College as demand for classes has jumped while the number of courses has dropped, district officials said last week. Compared to last year's enrollment figures, the number of new students has dropped 10.7% and the number of students transferring from other colleges fell 26.9%.
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November 5, 1992 | JON NALICK
When Maria Aguilar, 18, was growing up, she never thought she would go to college. Now she can't imagine a future without it. Aguilar, a senior at Santa Ana High School who aspires to be a registered nurse, credits a special program for at-risk students at Rancho Santiago Community College for helping her envision and realize a richer and more fulfilling future. "I didn't think I could (go to college and become a nurse) because I'm a minority.
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August 20, 1993 | JON NALICK
When they were reeling from state budget cuts earlier this year, Rancho Santiago College officials reluctantly ended the successful "Career Beginnings" program that attempted to steer at-risk students into rewarding careers. But now, officials with the Santa Ana Unified School District and a community service group have decided to step in to keep the program running on a slightly smaller scale.
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September 18, 1990
Here are the candidates running for the Trustee Area 2 seat on the Rancho Santiago Community College District Board of Trustees in the Nov. 6 election. Vernon S. Evans Age: 61 Occupation: Vice president and county manager, Chicago Title Co. Background: Currently president of Rancho Santiago College Board of Trustees, member of the board since 1980. Former mayor of Santa Ana, former chairman of Santa Ana Planning Commission.
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October 28, 1998
TRUSTEE AREA 2 (one seat) John R. Hanna Age: 47 Occupation: Civil attorney Background: Current trustee; former Santa Ana planning commissioner; former St. Joseph Ballet Company board member; former Buena Park Community Development Advisory Board member; former Orange County Democratic Party chairman Issues: Provide plant locations and online classroom opportunities for an increasing student population; ensure affordable education; continue economic development programs M.
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March 31, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Rancho Santiago Community College District has approved a feasibility study to determine the cost of a proposal to move district offices from the Santa Ana campus to a vacant building across 17th Street. Board member Tom Saenz, who cast the only dissenting vote, said he is "philosophically opposed" to moving the district offices because "I feel administration should be visible to students and staff." But Chancellor Vivian B.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1995 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Rancho Santiago Community College District officials, rejecting criticism that the school's adult education programs fail to adequately serve Orange residents, said this week they will refuse to cede control of the classes to Orange Unified School District. Orange Unified had sued Rancho Santiago in an effort to wrest control of the 21 adult education classes that have been offered in Orange, Villa Park and the Anaheim Hills area for more than two decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1993 | JON NALICK
When they were reeling from state budget cuts earlier this year, Rancho Santiago College officials reluctantly ended the successful "Career Beginnings" program that attempted to steer at-risk students into rewarding careers. But now, officials with the Santa Ana Unified School District and a community service group have decided to step in to keep the program running on a slightly smaller scale.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1992 | JON NALICK
When Maria Aguilar, 18, was growing up, she never thought she would go to college. Now she can't imagine a future without it. Aguilar, a senior at Santa Ana High School who aspires to be a registered nurse, credits a special program for at-risk students at Rancho Santiago Community College for helping her envision and realize a richer and more fulfilling future. "I didn't think I could (go to college and become a nurse) because I'm a minority.
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November 2, 1992 | JON NALICK
It's getting increasingly difficult for new students to squeeze into Rancho Santiago Community College as demand for classes has jumped while the number of courses has dropped, district officials said last week. Compared to last year's enrollment figures, the number of new students has dropped 10.7% and the number of students transferring from other colleges fell 26.9%.
SPORTS
September 18, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The NCAA ruled that Corie Blount, a center at Cincinnati, has used up his college eligibility, although Executive Director Richard Schultz indicated he would permit an appeal to the NCAA Council. Blount, from Monrovia, played four games early in the 1988-89 season at Rancho Santiago Community College before suffering a season-ending injury, received a medical hardship waiver from the California Community Colleges Assn., and later transferred to Cincinnati.
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