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February 2, 1996 | JULIE FATE SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Despite a second protest by about 45 military veterans and others, student leaders at Saddleback College on Thursday held firm to their policy of holding meetings without the Pledge of Allegiance. "I don't think we are being disrespectful for not saying the pledge," said Michelle Dawson, a member of the Associated Student Government. "In fact, I think we are trying to respect the feelings of everyone in our country."
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May 16, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Bremerton High School student congress on a 49-47 vote has approved a measure that would bar openly gay teen-agers from serving in student government, but the principal says it is unlikely the new rule will ever take effect. The 1,350-member student body in Washington will vote on the issue Monday, requiring a two-thirds majority for approval. Even then, its chances of passing a review by the school administration are slim, said Principal Marilee Hansen.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1996 | JULIE FATE SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
About 30 veterans and students defiantly recited the Pledge of Allegiance at Saddleback College on Thursday in a low-key protest against a student body leader whose refusal to salute the flag has sparked controversy. "We're not pushing to force anybody to give the Pledge of Allegiance," said 71-year-old George Key, a San Clemente resident and veteran of both World War II and the Korean War.
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May 17, 1985 | Robert Hanley
The editor of a UC Irvine student newspaper, which was confiscated earlier this week by student government officials because it published student election endorsements, said Thursday he will take his fight to court, provided he can get an attorney. Approximately 3,000 copies of La Voz Mestiza, published by Chicano students at UCI, were seized by Associated Students president Julie Justus for about 21 hours Tuesday after it was learned the paper had endorsed a particular slate of candidates.
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March 9, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
About 150 students emerged from a University of Massachusetts building they occupied for six days demanding greater minority enrollment and more campus funding. "United we fought, together we did this," Maurice Caston-Powe, president of the Student Government Assn., told 300 students outside the Goodell Building in Amherst.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 18, 2014 | By Carla Rivera
A debate at Cal State L.A. over an ethnic studies requirement turned heated Tuesday as several students tried to shout down faculty members who responded by chanting "Let her speak, let her speak. " Dozens of students crowded into a meeting of the Academic Senate, which was considering a motion that at least one of two required general education diversity classes be in Asian/Asian American studies, Chicano studies, Latin American studies or Pan-African studies, or in related courses in some other departments.
NEWS
May 7, 1995
When Gerardo Pinedo discovered recently that East Los Angeles College might get only a small portion of the funds it will need next year to support a substantial enrollment increase, he decided it was time for action. Pinedo, 20, president of the community college's 16,000-student body, organized a protest that prompted the board of trustees to reassess the budget allocation.
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June 15, 1998 | PAMELA J. JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
By most accounts, high school students get involved with campus government for purely altruistic reasons. Some might initially take a student government class thinking it will be an easy A. Or they might vie for school president just for kicks. But when they discover student government is hard work, they display uncanny amounts of determination, teachers say. They don't quibble about staying after class to paint posters advertising school dances or blood drives.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 26, 1988
A feisty student-run newspaper shut down three weeks ago by the student government at Cal State Long Beach after publishing a satirical section containing erotic drawings has been revived by order of a student judiciary committee. "Right now, I'm ecstatically happy that we're open for business again," said Gary Stark, editor of the Union newspaper founded 10 years ago by student government as an alternative to the newspaper run by the university's journalism department.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1988
The Student Senate at Cal State Long Beach has voted to shut down an alternative newspaper it has published for more than 10 years after the paper printed a satirical edition containing erotic drawings. "That was the straw that broke the camel's back," Roger Thompson, the student body president, said of what was called "The Sexually Frustrated Male Issue." "We just felt that we could do better things with the money," Thompson said.
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