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May 31, 1991
Dana Hills High School second baseman Scott Holty has accepted financial aid to attend the University of Redlands, according to his father. Holty batted .396 and led the county with 38 hits. He was named first-team All-South Coast League after helping Dana Hills win the league title. He also considered Utah, San Diego State and West Virginia.
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April 27, 2014 | By Stephen Ceasar
As a boy, Patrick Manyika looked up and watched packages of corn and canned fish fall from the sky. An airplane streamed overhead, dropping supplies to the hundreds of refugees living in isolation in the rolling hills and forests of northeast Rwanda. The relief packages read "USAID" - it was the first word he would learn to read. Manyika lived as a child in exile on the land of a national park, survived the Rwandan genocide as a teenager and eventually made his way to a private university in Southern California.
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BUSINESS
January 8, 1998 | Denise Gellene
In print ads that first appeared last September, the University of Redlands boasted that U.S. News & World Report ranked it among the top five universities in the Western region. Well, almost. Turns out the magazine ranked the school among the top five regional schools in the West. Mike Kraft, dean of admissions for the university's evening program, said the school is in the process of modifying the ads.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2012 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The next president of the University of Redlands will be Ralph W. Kuncl, a neurology professor who has been the provost and executive vice president at the University of Rochester, school officials announced Saturday. Kuncl is expected in mid-August to succeed James R. Appleton, who has served as president of the University of Redlands for more than 20 years over two non-consecutive terms. The private university, which enrolls 4,700 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs at its main Inland Empire campus in Redlands and satellite facilities throughout Southern California.
SPORTS
January 2, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It didn't take long for Jon Upham to realize he had signed up for something completely different. Upham, a graduate of Corona del Mar High's defense-first basketball program, was at his first practice for the University of Redlands, a team that has won the NCAA Division III scoring title two of the past three seasons. If the contrast hadn't sunk in already for Upham, that practice session--which featured 24 minutes of full-court running and gunning--was a lung-opening experience.
SPORTS
November 13, 1990 | MITCH POLIN
At the start of the season, Occidental was regarded as the consensus choice to repeat as the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football champion. Coach Mike Maynard of the University of Redlands had other ideas. "I knew that we were going to be a real good football team," he said. "I thought we'd be in this position." Redlands finds itself in the position of competing in the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time in school history this week.
SPORTS
January 23, 2005 | Bill Plaschke
Three! Press. Steal. Sprint. Three! Press. Steal. Screen. Three! Whistle. Buzzer. Squeak. Shout. Five guys out. Five guys in. Three! Press. Steal. Long pass. Three! Press. Loose ball. Thump. Crash. Three! That's one minute. There are five remaining in the greatest show in college basketball, the scoreboard creaks, the exhausted nets twitch, the tiny gym gasps. The scoreboard operator has swollen fingertips that appear to be bleeding. The scorekeeper is heavy-lidded and sweating.
SPORTS
May 14, 1991 | MIKE REILLEY
Leslie Ferguson, a standout volleyball and basketball player at La Habra High School, has accepted an academic scholarship to Redlands and will be a walk-on on the university's basketball team, her mother, Susan, said Monday. Ferguson, 6 feet 1, turned down athletic scholarships to UC Santa Barbara and Occidental. "Leslie was going for a good education," Susan Ferguson said. "She wanted a small-school atmosphere, so she picked Redlands." Ferguson, who has a 4.
NEWS
September 29, 1987
The new president of the University of Redlands will be James R. Appleton, currently vice president for development at the University of Southern California. Appleton replaces Douglas R. Moore, who died in March. "I believe in the value of the small private university and Redlands has a tradition of innovative leadership in liberal arts education," said Appleton, whose appointment was announced Monday. Appleton, 50, is expected to take over the Redlands presidency by Dec. 1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2012 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The next president of the University of Redlands will be Ralph W. Kuncl, a neurology professor who has been the provost and executive vice president at the University of Rochester, school officials announced Saturday. Kuncl is expected in mid-August to succeed James R. Appleton, who has served as president of the University of Redlands for more than 20 years over two non-consecutive terms. The private university, which enrolls 4,700 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs at its main Inland Empire campus in Redlands and satellite facilities throughout Southern California.
SPORTS
October 5, 2011 | Chris Erskine
The other morning I woke up to find a football in my bed. Down where the dog should have been, a football. Guess I'd had a little too much grape juice the night before, at least that's what I'm telling the wife. I snuggled the football. Whispered sweet nothings. Made a lunch date. Spooned. See, football is more than a one-night stand with me. It's a chronic, lifelong commitment. I've studied football back to the days of Cactus Face Duggan. Yes, he was an actual player (for the Giants)
SPORTS
January 23, 2005 | Bill Plaschke
Three! Press. Steal. Sprint. Three! Press. Steal. Screen. Three! Whistle. Buzzer. Squeak. Shout. Five guys out. Five guys in. Three! Press. Steal. Long pass. Three! Press. Loose ball. Thump. Crash. Three! That's one minute. There are five remaining in the greatest show in college basketball, the scoreboard creaks, the exhausted nets twitch, the tiny gym gasps. The scoreboard operator has swollen fingertips that appear to be bleeding. The scorekeeper is heavy-lidded and sweating.
BUSINESS
January 8, 1998 | Denise Gellene
In print ads that first appeared last September, the University of Redlands boasted that U.S. News & World Report ranked it among the top five universities in the Western region. Well, almost. Turns out the magazine ranked the school among the top five regional schools in the West. Mike Kraft, dean of admissions for the university's evening program, said the school is in the process of modifying the ads.
SPORTS
January 2, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It didn't take long for Jon Upham to realize he had signed up for something completely different. Upham, a graduate of Corona del Mar High's defense-first basketball program, was at his first practice for the University of Redlands, a team that has won the NCAA Division III scoring title two of the past three seasons. If the contrast hadn't sunk in already for Upham, that practice session--which featured 24 minutes of full-court running and gunning--was a lung-opening experience.
SPORTS
May 31, 1991
Dana Hills High School second baseman Scott Holty has accepted financial aid to attend the University of Redlands, according to his father. Holty batted .396 and led the county with 38 hits. He was named first-team All-South Coast League after helping Dana Hills win the league title. He also considered Utah, San Diego State and West Virginia.
SPORTS
May 14, 1991 | MIKE REILLEY
Leslie Ferguson, a standout volleyball and basketball player at La Habra High School, has accepted an academic scholarship to Redlands and will be a walk-on on the university's basketball team, her mother, Susan, said Monday. Ferguson, 6 feet 1, turned down athletic scholarships to UC Santa Barbara and Occidental. "Leslie was going for a good education," Susan Ferguson said. "She wanted a small-school atmosphere, so she picked Redlands." Ferguson, who has a 4.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 2014 | By Stephen Ceasar
As a boy, Patrick Manyika looked up and watched packages of corn and canned fish fall from the sky. An airplane streamed overhead, dropping supplies to the hundreds of refugees living in isolation in the rolling hills and forests of northeast Rwanda. The relief packages read "USAID" - it was the first word he would learn to read. Manyika lived as a child in exile on the land of a national park, survived the Rwandan genocide as a teenager and eventually made his way to a private university in Southern California.
SPORTS
October 5, 2011 | Chris Erskine
The other morning I woke up to find a football in my bed. Down where the dog should have been, a football. Guess I'd had a little too much grape juice the night before, at least that's what I'm telling the wife. I snuggled the football. Whispered sweet nothings. Made a lunch date. Spooned. See, football is more than a one-night stand with me. It's a chronic, lifelong commitment. I've studied football back to the days of Cactus Face Duggan. Yes, he was an actual player (for the Giants)
SPORTS
November 13, 1990 | MITCH POLIN
At the start of the season, Occidental was regarded as the consensus choice to repeat as the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football champion. Coach Mike Maynard of the University of Redlands had other ideas. "I knew that we were going to be a real good football team," he said. "I thought we'd be in this position." Redlands finds itself in the position of competing in the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time in school history this week.
NEWS
September 29, 1987
The new president of the University of Redlands will be James R. Appleton, currently vice president for development at the University of Southern California. Appleton replaces Douglas R. Moore, who died in March. "I believe in the value of the small private university and Redlands has a tradition of innovative leadership in liberal arts education," said Appleton, whose appointment was announced Monday. Appleton, 50, is expected to take over the Redlands presidency by Dec. 1.
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