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Los Angeles Times
Partnership clears path to law school for community college students
Apolo Ayala, 18, left, and Tiffany Guerra, 32, take notes during a class at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, as part of the new Pathways to Law School initiative that aims to connect more California community college students to law schools in the state.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Law Professor Blogs Network
Article on Inheritances and Promised Lands
Patricia A. Cain recently published an article entitled, Family Drama: Dangling Inheritances and Promised Lands .
San Jose Mercury News
Campus sexual assault: 'Yes means yes' bill clears California Legislature
Yes-means-yes should replace no-means-no as the standard for sexual consent -- or the lack of it -- on California's public and private college campuses, the Legislature decided Thursday.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The Campbell Reporter
Campbell musician rocks to the tune of children's music
Photograph by George Sakkestaad Campbell resident Sean Mendelson is releasing his second children's album at the Santa Clara Art & Wine Festival.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
California: All health insurance must cover abortion
Health insurance companies in California may not refuse to cover the cost of abortions, state insurance officials have ruled.
California Bucks The National Trend, Protects Coverage For Birth Control And Abortion
As legislators around the country try to figure out what the recent Hobby Lobby decision means for their constituents' birth control access , as well as continue to find ways to make it harder to get an abortion , lawmakers in California are taking the opposite approach.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
has a shared room for rent
We have recently leased a 2bed 2bath apartment in Timberleaf Apartments, Santa Clara .
Sat Aug 23, 2014
State Says Insurers Must Cover Elective Abortions
Health insurance companies in California may not refuse to cover the cost of abortions, state insurance officials have ruled in a reversal of policy stemming from the decision by two Catholic universities to drop elective abortions from their employee health plans.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Silicon Valley Youth leadership institute to help 100 of the top...
Over 90 top Latino high school juniors in the Silicon Valley area participated in the Hispanic Scholarship Fund's Youth Leadership Institute at Santa Clara University.
Former MHS math teacher returns as principal this year
Cheryl Lawton decided when she was 9 years old that she wanted to be a teacher, and then proceeded to pay her way through her bachelors, teaching credentials and her two masters degrees to become first a teacher and now a top administrator.
Outside the Box: 5 ethical responsibilities of corporate boards
It is now the rare board that doesn't launch an independent investigation quickly when misbehavior is reported.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Quan's re-election campaign cleans up e-mail lists
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan's re-election campaign, under fire for sending political e-mails this week to city employees on their municipal accounts, began removing those e-mail accounts from their distribution lists on Wednesday, a campaign spokesman said.
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Starbird, who served as interim dean of the business school in 2009-10, was appointed dean in fall 2010.
A guide to how Apple's diversity figures stack up with other companies
Apple Inc. released its employees' race and gender data yesterday, and they were mostly in line with the company's peers in the technology industry.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Monterey County Herald
Panetta Institute kicks off intern program's 16th year
Twenty-six students from California universities will serve 11 weeks in Washington, D.C., in the fall as interns in the House of Representatives.
2 California Catholic universities limit employees' abortion coverage
California has some of the nation's strongest protections for abortion rights. But the recent decisions by two Catholic universities, Santa Clara and Loyola Marymount, to eliminate most abortion insurance coverage for their employees were cleared in advance by state agencies.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Santa Clara: Housing battle pits students against residents
Students, landlords, and residents are battling over a proposed ordinance that would prevent single family homes from converting to multifamily units -- a move aimed squarely at the Santa Clara University student body.
Skyline alum Daniel Peng taking skills to China
At just 24 years old, Daniel Peng is an extensive world traveler, and he's headed back to foreign lands for the better part of the next year.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
San Jose Sees An Upsurge In Health Services Jobs Over The Past Year
California finally has moved past its employment peak from 2007 and now is at a record level.