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November 14, 1991 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates canceled a scheduled appearance before a conservative student organization at Cal State Northridge on Wednesday because he feared his appearance would lead to disruptions by protesters. Gates had been invited to speak by Students for America, whose leaders say they support the U.S. Constitution, free enterprise, family values and the superiority of Western culture.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1991 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates canceled a scheduled appearance before a conservative student organization at Cal State Northridge on Wednesday because he feared his appearance would lead to disruptions by protesters. Gates had been invited to speak by Students for America, whose leaders say they support the U.S. Constitution, free enterprise, family values and the superiority of Western culture.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1991
Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl F. Gates canceled a scheduled appearance before a conservative student organization at Cal State Northridge on Wednesday because he feared his appearance would lead to disruptions by protesters. Gates had been invited to speak by Students for America, whose leaders say they support the U.S. Constitution, free enterprise, family values and the superiority of Western culture.
NEWS
May 14, 1987
After reading the April 9 San Gabriel section, my fellow students and I were dismayed at the degree of negativity suggested in the article on our responses to spending a night with the homeless in Los Angeles. The headline, with the words "Never Again," was a source of concern. We feel that the article, through selective use of quotes and incorrect context, represented our organization (Students Organized for America's Homeless) as viewing the plight of the homeless in a futile light.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1991 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two of the country's top Libertarian candidates brought their message of limited government to Cal State Northridge on Tuesday and ended up speaking to a limited audience--of never more than six. And that number included Hilda Campos, a senior business major, who sat through the nearly hourlong event only because "it's rude to walk out on someone who is talking." The midday speeches by U.S.
NEWS
April 9, 1987 | MARY BARBER, Times Staff Writer
Colin Epstein, Pitzer College class of '89, slept outdoors in cardboard cartons for four nights to prepare for one night in Los Angeles among the homeless, only to shudder later over memories of the real thing. "Nothing could have prepared us. We're not as confident as we were when we started," said Epstein, one of the Claremont Colleges' most dedicated participants in Homeless Awareness Week.
NEWS
April 2, 1987 | MARY BARBER, Times Staff Writer
When the sun's early rays hit the cardboard box she was sleeping in, Cheryl Droge dragged her cold, aching body from its narrow shaft and squinted at the strange contrasts around her. Here she was in a shantytown without basic comforts, yet she was warming herself on the manicured lawn of prestigious, private Pitzer College, where she is a student.
MAGAZINE
November 29, 1992 | MICHAEL D'ANTONIO and Michael D'Antonio is a New York-based writer whose last article for this magazine dealt with the crisis in children's health care. His most recent book, "Heaven on Earth," was published earlier this year by Crown.
IT WAS MOURNING IN THE REV. PAT ROBERTSON'S AMERICA. On the day after Bill Clinton was elected President, Robertson smiled wanly and consoled the millions who watch his "700 Club" cable TV show. As the pewter-haired televangelist lamented what democracy had wrought, it seemed as though God Himself had lost the election. Plagues and disasters were on the horizon. At the very least, economic collapse and radical abortion laws--baby-killing laws, really--are coming.
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April 29, 1990 | CLANCY SIGAL, Clancy Sigal, a journalism professor at USC, is also a journalist, novelist, critic and BBC broadcaster.
"Hitler was a liberal." --YAF member, USC THEY THROW fake money at Alan Cranston. At gay activist rallies, they carry "No Special Rights for Sodomites" placards. Dressed as doctors, they bash the heads of dummy babies outside the offices of pro-choice Republicans. Depending on whom you believe, they rig campus elections or are systematically cheated of votes by "radical-riddled" student councils.
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