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May 3, 1993 | Compiled for The Times by Danica Kirka and Danielle Masterson
Raising fees is not a good thing, but it has to be done. I'd be willing to pay the extra (money) because (the education) is worth it. The struggling I'm doing now--it will be worth it in the end. I am concerned about more cutbacks. But I understand that administrators have to do the best that they can. I'm fortunate to have family support. But for those who aren't fortunate enough, it can be a problem. I registered the day (schedules) came out.
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June 18, 2005 | Stephanie Ramos, Times Staff Writer
Joriz de Guzman has sat behind the wheel of a car only a few times. He is, after all, 15 years old. He'll wait until November for a learner's permit and even longer for his driver's license. This Sunday, he'll reach a different milestone: a diploma from Cal State San Bernardino. Understandably, the Grand Terrace resident is psyched: "It's pretty big.... The last time I was in a graduation was in kindergarten."
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SPORTS
May 15, 1987
Tennis player Ezell James of San Bernardino Valley College died as the result of an early-morning traffic accident near his home in Riverside last Sunday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 12, 1998 | STEVE HARVEY
There's that old East Coast snobbery again. Reviewing Ken Starr's investigation, a Wall Street Journal editorial noted that he was criticized for announcing his plan to take a position as dean of the law school at "Pepperdine--wherever that is." Talk about kicking sand in a university's face! * LOW CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS: Christina Grahl of Glendale sent along a clipping about an indisputably illegal act at the White House. Shoplifting.
NEWS
September 4, 1998 | From Associated Press
A college employee who recently resigned returned to campus Thursday, shot and killed his former boss, then turned the gun on himself, authorities said. Jesus "Jesse" Morfe, 50, of Colton shot and killed Jerry Morrison, 55, about 8 a.m. at San Bernardino Valley College, said Police Sgt. Scott Paterson. Although classes were in session next door to the site of the shooting, no one else was wounded, Paterson said. Four people were in the immediate area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1996
Re "A Victory Against Racial, Ethnic Barriers," by Nat Hentoff, Commentary (Aug. 11), discussing the lawsuit filed by Janice Camarena Ingraham against the governing board of the San Bernardino Community College District: After reading that article, I feel compelled as president of San Bernardino Valley College, as well as a responsible citizen and taxpayer, to accurately inform the public of the facts surrounding this lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that a Valley College teacher excluded Camarena from an English 101 class, stating the class was for blacks only and also that she was discouraged from participating in the Puente Project, which another teacher told her was only for Hispanic students.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 12, 1998 | STEVE HARVEY
There's that old East Coast snobbery again. Reviewing Ken Starr's investigation, a Wall Street Journal editorial noted that he was criticized for announcing his plan to take a position as dean of the law school at "Pepperdine--wherever that is." Talk about kicking sand in a university's face! * LOW CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS: Christina Grahl of Glendale sent along a clipping about an indisputably illegal act at the White House. Shoplifting.
SPORTS
May 13, 1990
San Bernardino Valley College scored 11 runs with two out in the fifth inning Saturday and handed Mission a 14-7 loss in a Southern California regional baseball game at San Bernardino. San Bernardino (31-13), which defeated Mission, 5-2, Friday, won the best-of-three series, 2-0. Mission led, 3-0, and retired the first two batters in the fifth. But San Bernardino sent 12 consecutive hitters to the plate, nine of whom got hits.
NEWS
March 16, 1995 | MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Community college authorities scrambled Wednesday to check out the complaint of a student who says she was kicked out of an English class at San Bernardino Valley College solely because she is not an African American, the group for whom the class was designed. According to a news release issued by a conservative legal foundation, Janice Camarena said: "I couldn't believe my ears when the English instructor asked me to leave the classroom because I was not black."
NEWS
September 26, 1991 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Anthony Calvillo has been a passing whiz for the Mt. San Antonio College football team, which is unbeaten entering Saturday's conference opener at home against Rancho Santiago. Calvillo completed 19 of 30 passes for 229 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown pass play to Lorenzo White, as Mt. SAC defeated defending state-champion Taft, 26-14, on Saturday.
NEWS
September 4, 1998 | From Associated Press
A college employee who recently resigned returned to campus Thursday, shot and killed his former boss, then turned the gun on himself, authorities said. Jesus "Jesse" Morfe, 50, of Colton shot and killed Jerry Morrison, 55, about 8 a.m. at San Bernardino Valley College, said Police Sgt. Scott Paterson. Although classes were in session next door to the site of the shooting, no one else was wounded, Paterson said. Four people were in the immediate area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1996
Re "A Victory Against Racial, Ethnic Barriers," by Nat Hentoff, Commentary (Aug. 11), discussing the lawsuit filed by Janice Camarena Ingraham against the governing board of the San Bernardino Community College District: After reading that article, I feel compelled as president of San Bernardino Valley College, as well as a responsible citizen and taxpayer, to accurately inform the public of the facts surrounding this lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that a Valley College teacher excluded Camarena from an English 101 class, stating the class was for blacks only and also that she was discouraged from participating in the Puente Project, which another teacher told her was only for Hispanic students.
NEWS
March 16, 1995 | MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Community college authorities scrambled Wednesday to check out the complaint of a student who says she was kicked out of an English class at San Bernardino Valley College solely because she is not an African American, the group for whom the class was designed. According to a news release issued by a conservative legal foundation, Janice Camarena said: "I couldn't believe my ears when the English instructor asked me to leave the classroom because I was not black."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1993 | Compiled for The Times by Danica Kirka and Danielle Masterson
Raising fees is not a good thing, but it has to be done. I'd be willing to pay the extra (money) because (the education) is worth it. The struggling I'm doing now--it will be worth it in the end. I am concerned about more cutbacks. But I understand that administrators have to do the best that they can. I'm fortunate to have family support. But for those who aren't fortunate enough, it can be a problem. I registered the day (schedules) came out.
SPORTS
December 4, 1992 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Though postseason bowl invitations seemed questionable for the El Camino College and Harbor College football teams a couple of weeks ago, both received them after winning their final games of the regular season Nov. 21. Harbor will make its first bowl appearance in 10 years when it hosts Orange Coast College in the Western State K-Swiss Classic at 7 p.m. Saturday. El Camino will make its fifth bowl appearance in six years when it plays San Bernardino Valley College at 1 p.m.
NEWS
September 26, 1991 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Anthony Calvillo has been a passing whiz for the Mt. San Antonio College football team, which is unbeaten entering Saturday's conference opener at home against Rancho Santiago. Calvillo completed 19 of 30 passes for 229 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown pass play to Lorenzo White, as Mt. SAC defeated defending state-champion Taft, 26-14, on Saturday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 9, 1986 | STEVE EMMONS, Times Staff Writer
John Heinz, 20, returned home to Anaheim to be buried this week, slain only five months after he left home for the first time to attend college. One of his roommates has been charged with shooting Heinz several times after an argument over upkeep of their rented house in San Bernardino. Another roommate has been charged with helping to bury the body and cover up the murder. A third roommate led police to Heinz's grave, in the Devil Canyon area north of San Bernardino.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 2005 | Stephanie Ramos, Times Staff Writer
Joriz de Guzman has sat behind the wheel of a car only a few times. He is, after all, 15 years old. He'll wait until November for a learner's permit and even longer for his driver's license. This Sunday, he'll reach a different milestone: a diploma from Cal State San Bernardino. Understandably, the Grand Terrace resident is psyched: "It's pretty big.... The last time I was in a graduation was in kindergarten."
SPORTS
May 13, 1990
San Bernardino Valley College scored 11 runs with two out in the fifth inning Saturday and handed Mission a 14-7 loss in a Southern California regional baseball game at San Bernardino. San Bernardino (31-13), which defeated Mission, 5-2, Friday, won the best-of-three series, 2-0. Mission led, 3-0, and retired the first two batters in the fifth. But San Bernardino sent 12 consecutive hitters to the plate, nine of whom got hits.
SPORTS
January 25, 1990 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The list of things Van Anderson can do is long. He can fix any old Volkswagen Bug until it runs fine. He can put in new seats and make sure it gets a nice paint job. On a basketball court, he can play intense, in-your-face defense--nothing spectacular, but most effective. And he can tell you who cooks about the best gumbo you'll ever taste--his mother, Sydney. One thing Anderson cannot do well is shoot a basketball, particularly not off-balance or with a hand in his face.
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