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Seven Oak Ridge athletes sign with colleges

Seven Oak Ridge senior athletes signed their Letter of Intent forms Wednesday in the Trojan multi-purpose room. William Boule (Eastern Washington), Dylan Collie (Brigham Young) and Jon David Smith (Southern Oregon) signed to continue their football careers. Mandi McBroom (UC Irvine) and Tiffani Reimers (Cal State Fullerton) go on in soccer. Lance Berringer (University of […]

Trojan athletes sign for college

Sixteen Oak Ridge athletes signed their Letter of Intent forms to play at the college level at last month’s signing ceremony in large gym. Volleyball led the way with five college signees, baseball was next with four and both golf and swim had two athletes apiece. The 16 are: Madeline Almeida (golf, Brigham Young University) […]

December 07, 2016 | Posted in Sports | Tagged

Five Bruins sign to join college programs

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Five Ponderosa High athletes — three soccer, one swim, one spiker — recently signed their Letter of Intent forms in the school’s library to play at the college level. From the pitch, Aubrey Wimmer and Bre DuHamel are a package deal as they’re both headed to Arizona Christian University, Connor Swartz takes […]

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EDH Taz swim schools College Greens

The El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils swim team beat the visiting College Greens Gators last Saturday, bringing Taz’ dual meet record this season to 2-1. “Overall it was a solid meet for Taz,” said assistant coach Jon Radcliff. “We had a lot of swimmers make the Meet of Champions time standards in new events; at […]

My Turn: To keep college affordable, we must hold universities accountable

Earlier this year, I called on both the UC Board of Regents and CSU Trustees to halt proposed tuition increases until at least the spring,when the state auditor was due to release two reports on the spending of the UC Office of the president and the California State University system. Joining with other legislators and […]

May 17, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

Sac State dance majors present their final assignments on stage

California State University, Sacramento News release For most graduating college seniors, taking a final means sitting in a classroom and staring down a long list of questions. For California State University, Sacramento, dance students it means putting your passion on a stage for all to see. Directed by professors Lorelei Bayne and Philip Flickinger “Senior […]

May 10, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Tagged ,

My Turn: Starting (or re-starting) your college experience

Did you commit (or re-commit) to goals this week that include higher education for yourself or for loved ones? Have you put off finding out how to get started? Maybe you think you’ll have to wait now until classes start in the fall semester? Or did you hear that getting enrolled at a community college now is […]

January 04, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,
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