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April 27, 1997
Kudos for the excellent feature April 21 on Peter Morrison's latest project for the two colleges of the Saddleback College District. Morrison is a standout in a stable of geniuses at Saddleback, a large percentage of whom were recruited years ago by Chancellor Bob Lombardi in his first incarnation there. Morrison is not only fleet of mind, but a workhorse as well. I am confident that students and faculty will be big winners when Morrison finishes with an academic computer network that will be lengths ahead of all others in the nation's best colleges.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1997
Kudos for the excellent feature April 21 on Peter Morrison's latest project for the two colleges of the Saddleback College District. Morrison is a standout in a stable of geniuses at Saddleback, a large percentage of whom were recruited years ago by Chancellor Bob Lombardi in his first incarnation there. Morrison is not only fleet of mind, but a workhorse as well. I am confident that students and faculty will be big winners when Morrison finishes with an academic computer network that will be lengths ahead of all others in the nation's best colleges.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1989
I was amazed to read the story in the Dec. 20 issue of The Times that gave the impression that I was not satisfied with the student Lariat apology issued Dec. 19. First, I had not talked with anyone from The Times since last week. Second, since I was home ill with the flu, I had not seen the apology until this morning in (college) President (Constance M.) Carroll's report to me on the matter. The remarks attributed to me were made about the original Lariat response, which was far short of an apology.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Retirement may only be days away, but Saddleback Community College District Chancellor Richard Sneed has been spending 60 to 70 hours a week at his post, wrapping up an administrative career spanning three decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
After 30 years in college administration, including seven as chancellor of the Saddleback Community College District, Richard Sneed announced Thursday that he will retire this summer. Sneed, 63, said he has been considering retirement for some time. "I'm almost 64," he said. "There comes a time." District Trustee Harriett S. Walther said the board accepted Sneed's request for retirement Thursday with "great reluctance."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Retirement may only be days away, but Saddleback Community College District Chancellor Richard Sneed has been spending 60 to 70 hours a week at his post, wrapping up an administrative career spanning three decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
Saddleback Community College District Chancellor Richard Sneed and the Saddleback College Academic Senate have taken a step toward opening communications to try to ease pent-up tensions of the last several months. In late August, the Academic Senate sent a four-page "Vote of No Confidence in the Chancellor" report to Sneed, backing up in writing a unanimous verbal vote of no confidence taken by the college's 22 senators last April.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1997 | JOHN CANALIS
The Jewish Community Center of Orange County will recognize the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, among the earliest copies of the Hebrew Bible, with a seminar and reception Sunday. Seminar panelists will include Richard Sneed, chancellor emeritus at Saddleback College; Bruce Zuckerman, associate professor at USC's School of Religion; and James M. Robinson, professor of religion at Claremont Graduate School. Photos of the scrolls will be displayed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1989
Anna L. McFarlin, vice chancellor of administrative services for Saddleback Community College District, has been named interim president of Irvine Valley College. McFarlin, who has been with the district since 1969, was recommended by Chancellor Richard Sneed and approved by the board of trustees at a meeting Monday night. She replaces Ronald A. Kong, who resigned last week to become president of Alameda College in Northern California. Kong's resignation is effective July 1. McFarlin, who was dean of students at Irvine Valley College before assuming the district vice chancellor's post in 1987, started as a counselor at Saddleback College in 1969.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 15, 1987
Should cigarette smoking be restricted at Saddleback College and Irvine Valley College? The Saddleback Community College District, which currently has no official policy on cigarette smoking, is now studying the issue, district officials said. At the direction of Chancellor Richard Sneed, a 12-person committee has been named to study the effect of smoking in the campus buildings. The committee is composed of students and faculty from the two colleges.
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March 19, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
After 30 years in college administration, including seven as chancellor of the Saddleback Community College District, Richard Sneed announced Thursday that he will retire this summer. Sneed, 63, said he has been considering retirement for some time. "I'm almost 64," he said. "There comes a time." District Trustee Harriett S. Walther said the board accepted Sneed's request for retirement Thursday with "great reluctance."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
Saddleback Community College District Chancellor Richard Sneed and the Saddleback College Academic Senate have taken a step toward opening communications to try to ease pent-up tensions of the last several months. In late August, the Academic Senate sent a four-page "Vote of No Confidence in the Chancellor" report to Sneed, backing up in writing a unanimous verbal vote of no confidence taken by the college's 22 senators last April.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1989
Shame on Richard Sneed, chancellor of Saddleback Community College! The college's newspaper, the Lariat, has received more than 100 journalism awards in the past four years. Despite this accomplishment, Sneed threatened to redirect their funds? The only thing more absurd than this is his motivation for doing so. In the Lariat's Dec. 7 edition, an article and cartoon was published in the opinion section that the college chancellor found offensive. Although the authors intended it to be an anti-nuclear article, many misinterpreted it to be anti-Semitic.
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February 12, 1992 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The Saddleback Community College District will mark its 25th anniversary with a special celebration today. The celebration, which begins at 11 a.m. at Saddleback College's McKinney Theater, will be attended by federal, state and local representatives, district officials said. The college district, which consists of Saddleback and Irvine Valley colleges, became the fourth community college district in Orange County and the 67th such district in the state on Feb. 14, 1967.
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