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March 22, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The search for a new chancellor of the 20-campus California State University and Colleges system is down to four finalists, but their identities will not be revealed until the first week of April, Cal State Trustee J. Gary Shansby, chairman of the search committee, said.
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NEWS
March 9, 1989
Student fees at the 19 Cal State campuses will rise 10% for residents and 21% for out-of-staters in September, the system's Board of Trustees has decided. In-state full-time students will pay $750 a year for their education and non-residents will pay $5,670, excluding the extra costs of parking, room and board, and campus activity fees. The sole vote against the fee hike was cast by student Trustee John Sweeney of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1989
Richard Rush, who has been dean of San Diego State University's North County Center in San Marcos, has been named vice president of the new Cal State San Marcos and will take responsibility for the new campus until a president is selected. Rush's appointment was announced by W. Ann Reynolds, chancellor of the California State University system. "His expertise will be invaluable in coordinating the transition to a full-service campus," Reynolds said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 1988
Stephen Horn, the president of Cal State Long Beach, is still on the job this week despite an edict from the chancellor's office that ordered him to leave office by Feb. 1. Attorneys for Horn and the university said Monday that they were still negotiating the terms of Horn's departure. "We're still hoping to work things out," said George W. Johnson, an attorney retained by Horn after the Dec. 8 order from Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 24, 1989
Marianthi Lansdale, chairwoman of the California State University trustees, not only misstated her academic credentials but also demonstrated an unacceptable arrogance for her position on the board and to the citizens of the state. We do read The Times, and far more importantly, we do care. Personally, I care greatly that she "doesn't care," and that she apparently cannot read well enough to fill out application forms. If she reads poorly and doesn't care what her word means, well, it seems perhaps she earned her degree from a phone book.
NEWS
April 19, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The 21% to 43% salary raises for top California State University officials should be rolled back to 3.7% and an audit should be done of the university's administrative costs, an Assembly subcommittee urged. The unanimous action by the ways and means subcommittee on education clearly was intended as a message to the Cal State Board of Trustees, which will be meeting to deal with the pay hikes and allegations of secrecy surrounding them. Subcommittee chairman Robert J.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 1989
Letter writer Peter Bretnall raised some important issues about the "expensive association" of Cal State L.A. and the Joffrey Ballet (Saturday Letters, Sept. 9). He is correct in saying that under Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds expenditures have "run amok" while "real-world problems continue to fester." Unless James Rosser, Cal State L.A. president, has changed his management style, Bretnall would be refused any information on the cost involved, although the campus and the system are spending state funds.
NEWS
November 2, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
California State University trustees approved a 4.8% tuition increase Wednesday for most of the system's nearly 370,000 students in a move expected to generate $16 million in new revenue. CSU Chancellor W. Ann Reynolds said the hike was consistent with the Maddy Act of 1984 that provides for fee increases in line with rising costs. Fees will climb from $708 to $744 a year for students taking more than six units.
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