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Crafton Hills College Commencement May 23 at 6:00 PM

YUCAIPA – Approximately 500 students will walk during the 2013 Crafton Hills College (CHC) Commencement to be held in the Campus Quad on Thursday, May 23, beginning at 6 p.m. During the commencement celebration, approximately 600 degrees and certificates will be have been earned and handed out for the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters. […]

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Heavenbound

By Sonja Brown The first lady of television comedy, Marla Gibs, comedian Michael Colyar, Jacob Lusk from American Idol season 10, Chico Benymon from sitcom “Half and Half”, Abraham McDonald discovered by Oprah Winfrey, Brely Evans from “Sparkle” and the legendary Freda Payne closed the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles down with their recent […]

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UC Riverside Bourns Engineers Shine at NSBE Conference

National Society of Black Engineers is strengthening pipeline of underrepresented students By Chris Levister Members of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) chapter at UC Riverside Bourns College of Engineering had the experience of a lifetime recently when they attended the society’s National Convention in Indianapolis. The students earned honors and awards for service […]

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Riverside Welcomes New Marketing Manager

Riverside – The City of Riverside Office of Economic Development recently welcomed Collette Hanna who was hired as the City’s Marketing Manager, a key position on the economic development team. The Economic Development teams main goal is to help businesses create jobs for the Riverside community. Hanna has worked in marketing for over 15 years […]

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Local Students Launch Into A Day Of Space And Environmental Exploration

Space Day returns to Riverside for 15th year RIVERSIDE – Nearly 1,600 students from Jefferson, Madison, Emerson, and Longfellow Elementary Schools recently spent the day learning how environmental scientists and aeronautical engineers use science and math to explore space and protect the environment during the 15th annual Space Day – “Exploring Our Planet – Today […]

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My Child’s No Monster

By Dr. Gloria Morrow The worse thing a parent can ever experience is the death of a child. However, the depth of that loss may be intensified when you learn that your child has allegedly committed a heinous crime. When children of any age are implicated in a violent attack, especially one that is the […]

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SB Black Culture Foundation: A Reflection

By John Coleman Times change. People come and go. Stuff happens. Who, if anyone, benefits?   What remains?   Should some things be continued?   Who gets involved?   Who cares? Questions, questions, and more questions.  And, if you seek answers — another question. Where might one start? Look for leadership. Such was the case […]

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Helping Students Find Work

By Congressman Mark Takano All parents dream that their children will be able to do better and have more than themselves. However, the Great Recession that began in 2007 has caused a major step back in the realization of that dream. While nearly every demographic has struggled in the Great Recession, young Americans have suffered […]