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THE818NOW
September 27, 2011
Police were searching for a possible gunman at Cal State Northridge this afternoon.  According to an emergency notification on the school's Facebook page, police received a report at 10:27 a.m. of a man who indicated he had a gun. The man was described as 5-foot-8 with short spiky hair. He was said to be wearing a white T-shirt that says "human rights violation" and short jeans. Continue reading > > -- Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times
NEWS
By Vince Lovato | August 8, 2006
GLENDALE - For the first time, students can earn a bachelor's degree without ever leaving Glendale. Cal State Northridge will offer a liberal-arts bachelor's degree-completion program starting this fall for students who would like to earn a four-year degree without the headaches of traveling to a Cal State campus, said Ayda Vardumyan, a Glendale High School graduate who coordinates the bachelor's-degree-completion programs at Northridge....
NEWS
December 23, 2000
CHU - HOLDER Estelle Chu and Stephen Holder have announced their plans to marry in June. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Sam and Elling Chu of West Hills. She graduated from El Camino Real High School and from UC Irvine with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology, and is attending and teaching at Cal State Northridge. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of John and Peggy Holder of La Crescenta. He graduated from UC Irvine with a bachelor of science degree in information and computer science.
SPORTS
March 14, 2009
TODAY BOYS? SOCCER ?St. Francis vs. San Diego Cathedral Catholic in CIF Division II Southern California Regional championship match at Warren High, 7 p.m. ? COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD ?Glendale Community College in Northridge Relays at Cal State Northridge, 9 a.m. ? COLLEGE BASEBALL ?Glendale Community College at College of the Canyons, 1 p.m. ? BASEBALL ?St. Francis at Walnut in Arcadia Elks Tournament, 11 a.m. ?
NEWS
September 28, 2002
VEGAS Juliane Banul of La Crescenta and Ethan Vegas of Santa Clarita exchanged marriage vows at the First Presbyterian Church in Hollywood with the Rev. John Fairchild officiating. The bride's satin gown was hand-beaded in Spain. A reception was in Hollywood with dinner and dancing. The matron of honor was as the bride's mother, Barbie Banul. The maids of honor were Shannon Pratt and Jeanine Swanson. The bridesmaids were Megan Kendrick, Erin and Megan Vegas, sisters of the groom, and the flower girl was Cassie Lovick.
NEWS
November 15, 2003
Heather Hinckley, the daughter of Bruce and Debbie Hinckley of Glendale, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree from Syracuse University where she studied public relations and political science. She is a graduate of Mayfield Senior School and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Heather is employed as an account associate with Manning, Selvage and Lee in New York City. Michelle Ferrara of La Crescenta was named to the spring dean's list at Cal State Northridge.
SPORTS
By By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | October 14, 2005
Alemany-FSHA golf story.Sports: St. Francis graduate has already tallied 13 points on five goals and three assists in final year.GLENDALE -- Daniel Paladini (St. Francis, 2002), senior forward, Cal State Northridge men's soccer -- Paladini helped the 22nd-ranked Matadors extend their unbeaten streak to four matches with Tuesday's 1-0 victory against Cal State Fullerton at Matador Soccer Field. Northridge scored the match's lone goal when Paladini brought up the ball and passed to senior Ryan Rossi.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | June 1, 2013
It's not rare for the St. Francis High athletic teams to reap first-team honors in the Mission League or CIF Southern Section. It's not as common for the Golden Knights team of athletic trainers and sports-medicine interns, who are usually out of the spotlight caring for those athletes in it, to reap recognition. So when Eli Hallak first heard the National Athletic Trainers' Assn. was going to be honoring select schools with a Safe Sports School award, he was excited. The Golden Knights head athletic trainer quickly became ecstatic when he read over the criteria each school needed to hit to be recognized; certain his program was highly qualified.
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SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 13, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Joe Franco (St. Francis High, 2008) redshirt senior, Cal State Northridge men's soccer: The Matadors only have Franco for the remainder of this season and it certainly appears they're going to miss him. He has three points on offense this season with a goal and an assist, but his impact is really felt on defense. The former Golden Knight has played in and started all 13 games this season, proving key for a lockdown defense that has logged seven shutouts.
THE818NOW
September 27, 2011
Police were searching for a possible gunman at Cal State Northridge this afternoon.  According to an emergency notification on the school's Facebook page, police received a report at 10:27 a.m. of a man who indicated he had a gun. The man was described as 5-foot-8 with short spiky hair. He was said to be wearing a white T-shirt that says "human rights violation" and short jeans. Continue reading > > -- Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | March 12, 2011
Somewhere in a storage locker in Montrose lie the MVP trophies she won. Tucked next to the awards are the other accolades, from her days at Glendale High to her excellence at Glendale Community College, and to her memorable performances at Cal State Northridge. It's not a part of Angela Brinton-Collins' nature to boast about those awards. That's why she's hesitant to talk about her numerous accolades, which range from being a two-time All-American in women's volleyball at Northridge, to winning the 1988 Honda Award for being the best athlete in Division II to leading the Matadors to the 1988 National Championships.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 17, 2010
CHINO HILLS — On the eve of the biggest round of her career, Tammy Panich didn't get much sleep. The Glendale Community College women's golfer said she slept for about five hours in between planning ahead for her final round of the California Community College Athletic Assn. Women's Golf State Championships on Tuesday. Panich shook off the lack of sleep and stepped to the forefront in the biggest moment in her career. Panich fired an even-par 74 to finish tied for first with Kayla Riede of Sacramento City College, but won in a card-off to capture the state crown at Los Serranos Country Club's North Course.
NEWS
August 6, 2010
Lynne M. Doll, a Glendale resident and president of The Rogers Group, died Aug. 3 of a stroke at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. She battled cancer for three years and was in remission at the time of her death. She was 48. For more than 25 years, Doll was instrumental in expanding the breadth of The Rogers Group's expertise and leading a series of high-profile and award-winning campaigns for major corporations, brands and government agencies, according to a statement released by a spokeswoman for the agency.
NEWS
By Melanie Hicken | May 23, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — Friends and family say they will remember Justin Price’s adventurous spirit, lust for life and generosity toward others. Price, a 32-year-old Pasadena resident and 1996 graduate of La Cañada High School and Hillside School, was killed Saturday in an early-morning car accident on eastbound Ventura (134) Freeway. “He really lived life for the moment, and that was what I appreciated about him,” said his girlfriend, Zhanna Pogosyan. Gathered in the living room of his parents’ home in La Crescenta on Saturday afternoon, those close to Price said they were still trying to make sense of the accident.
BUSINESS
By Zain Shauk | May 14, 2010
The economic recovery continues in the San Fernando Valley, economists and business leaders said Thursday, but at a slow pace. The discussion came at the 2010 Valley Economic Summit at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, where representatives from Cal State Northridge?s San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center presented their annual report on the region. ?It?s here,? said William Roberts, director of the center. ?It?s happening. It?s slow ? it?s not something you write home to your mother about every day ?
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | May 1, 2010
GLENDALE — By virtue of playing their best tennis late in the season, a pair of Glendale Community College men’s doubles teams arrived on the doorstep of qualifying for the Community College State Playoffs. For the teams of Emanuel Haug and Joey Tresierras and Dinusha Wijesuriya and Paul Nagapetyan, the possibility of moving to the state tournament beckoned. Unfortunately for each tandem, they ran into some of the top competition in the state. Both Glendale squads saw their seasons end Friday afternoon by falling in a round-of-16 match at the Southern California Regionals at Cal State Northridge.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | April 30, 2010
GLENDALE — With the wind whipping up across parts of Southern California, several players from the Glendale Community College men’s and women’s tennis teams began their quest Thursday to win state crowns. Two doubles teams and one singles player from the men’s team and a women’s doubles team battled the elements to the best of their abilities while achieving mixed results at the Southern California Regionals. Glendale college’s men’s doubles teams of Emanuel Haug and Joey Tresierras and Dinusha Wijesuriya and Paul Nagapetyan kept their bids alive by advancing to the round of 16 at Cal State Northridge.
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