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December 31, 1998
AGE: 52 HOME: Chatsworth POSITION: President of Valley College * LATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Full-time enrollment at the two-year community college has risen from 4,000 to about 5,600 under Wieder's leadership. She also has overseen a state-funded expansion of the college's academic programs, including the upgrading of a computer lab with about 100 new computers.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1998
AGE: 52 HOME: Chatsworth POSITION: President of Valley College * LATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Full-time enrollment at the two-year community college has risen from 4,000 to about 5,600 under Wieder's leadership. She also has overseen a state-funded expansion of the college's academic programs, including the upgrading of a computer lab with about 100 new computers.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1998 | TOM BECKER
Valley College will rename its campus theater after legendary film director Francis Ford Coppola, school officials said Thursday. Along with the name change, school President Tyree Weider said, the theater will be home next year to productions by a host of Hollywood directors and writers who will each direct a work with students from the college.
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April 27, 1992 | JENNIFER CASE and SUSAN M. TYRRELL
Valley College Student Body President Erica L. Hauck has been nominated as a candidate for student trustee on the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees. Students voted for Hauck in an election last week. "I think she'd be a very good student trustee," Valley President Mary Lee said. "She's been very involved here. She's in there doing a lot of things."
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March 6, 1999 | Pamela Davega Carr
PURIM CARNIVALS: Purim will be celebrated at a number of carnivals Sunday. Carnival locations are: * North Valley Jewish Community Center, 16601 Rinaldi St., Granada Hills, from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., (818) 360-2211. * West Valley Jewish Community Center, 22622 Vanowen St., West Hills, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., (818) 464-3300. * Kol Tikvah Temple, 20400 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., (818) 348-0670. * Valley Cities Jewish Community Center, 13164 Burbank Blvd.
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February 19, 1995 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It takes an entire village to raise a child. African proverb * Things are different now, but there was a time when people lived this proverb. Whether in small towns in the South or in close-knit communities throughout Los Angeles, parents raised their own children and other people's too. With a stern look and a sharp word, Mrs. Brown down the street could correct a neighbor's child caught doing wrong--and that child would respectfully obey.
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December 11, 2000 | ZANTO PEABODY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On one community college campus in the San Fernando Valley, desks slide across the floor of a 50-year-old "temporary" building tilted with age. On another campus, music students study under trees in a nearby park, not for inspiration but because no classrooms are available. These laments by community college presidents could be quieted if a proposed $1.2-billion bond measure is approved by voters in April.
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March 26, 2001 | ZANTO PEABODY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Marshall Drummond earns a six-figure salary, enjoys a top-floor office in downtown Los Angeles and draws praise from his staff at the Los Angeles Community College District. Yet the 60-year-old chancellor is far from satisfied. His success at arguably the pinnacle of his career is linked to whether Los Angeles County voters approve a $1.2-billion bond measure next month that would vastly improve the sprawling district's aging classrooms and deteriorating buildings.
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December 27, 1999 | KRISTINA SAUERWEIN and SOLOMON MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Leadership changes, rising enrollment and campus construction projects dominated this year's education agenda in the San Fernando Valley's public schools. Voters elected a reform-minded school board in April with hopes of solving some of the Los Angeles Unified School District's mounting problems, such as overcrowding and the need to find uncontaminated land for new schools.
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