January 7, 1991 |
Kevin Bradshaw finally is getting the attention he believes he deserves. Saturday night, the 6-foot-6 senior guard surpassed the late Pete Maravich's NCAA Division I single-game scoring record with 72 points in U.S. International University's 186-140 loss to Loyola Marymount. But instead of celebrating his place in history Sunday, he said he found himself playing defense against the media.
January 7, 1991 |
Well, my favorite school is back in the news. U.S. International--America's Opponent. Everybody loves to play U.S. International. The San Diego branch of the school is the laughing academy of scholastic basketball. Any athletic program hungry for a soft touch on its schedule can place an order with the International House of Creampuffs, day or night. They are here to serve. Looking for a good time? Need a boost for your basketball team? Need a morale-building victory, coach?
January 5, 1991 |
U.S. International University, after coaches argued that they had resources to finance their teams, will allow the baseball, softball and golf teams to play their 1991 seasons. The school filed for bankruptcy two weeks ago and subsequently suspended seasons for all sports other than basketball.
December 29, 1990 |
U.S. International University's board of trustees terminated its sports programs, effective immediately. The only exception is men's basketball, which will be allowed to finish the 1990-91 season. The action was the trustees' first in a move toward economic reorganization of USIU, which is facing a $14-million debt in the United States and an additional $8.5 million deficit between its campuses in Mexico City, London and Nairobi.
June 21, 1990
Espionage has become big business. In his article, Christopher says, " . . . Spying has endangered our national security to such a breathtaking extent that we can all be thankful that war did not break out while some of our most sensitive secrets were compromised." Perhaps. But maybe the truth is just the opposite. Perhaps the reason that the Cold War never turned hot was because our secrets, as well as the Soviets' were compromised. (We have our spies, too.
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January 30, 1990
United States International University is continuing to ask some employees to delay cashing their paychecks, university spokeswoman Anne Slavicek said Monday. On Friday, the school asked about 35 salaried employees to delay picking up their checks after a deal to sell the university's interests in KUSI-TV (Channel 51) fell through. The financially troubled school wants to sell the station to raise funds.