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News & Views: Immigration bill advances in Senate 
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...militant. The administration's figures are much lower. The researchers noted that drone bombers flying overhead 24 hours a day is terrifying and alienating Pakistanis, thus increasing support for the Taliban. Howard Hurlbut is an emeritus professor of the University of Redlands...

Los Angeles County Museum of Art is in Redlands 
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...family member. Bring a thumb drive to take home a copy of your recording and video portrait. Drop-in hours are Fridays and Saturdays, 3 to 6 p.m.; Sundays 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. . Film Schedule: Screenings to take place near the Quad at the University of Redlands. Blankets and chairs are encouraged. Friday, 8 p.m. Stand and Deliver 1988, 99 min. | Director: Ramón Menéndez; w/ Edward James Olmos, Lou Diamond Phillips Saturday, 8 p.m. The Last Picture Show 1971,...

Larry Burgess of Redlands will give lecture for Banning Centennial Celebration 
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...sponsored by the Banning Centennial Celebration. The lecture is at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center, 127 N. San Gorgonio St., Banning. Cost is $5 for adults. Youth are admitted free. Dessert will be served. Burgess is co-author Burgess is co-author, with University of Redlands history professor James A. Sandos, of the book "The Hunt for Willie Boy: Indian-Hating and Popular Culture." The book, published in 1994,......

University of Redlands hosting annual sports camp 
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REDLANDS - Geoff Roche and his Bulldog Youth Sports Camp staff aren't trying to build elite athletes. They may, however, be doing something...

San Bernardino County opts for dispensary closures via courts 
San Jose Mercury News - Online
...County dispensaries as recently as February. The federal government may be legally compelled to essentially overrule 1996's Proposition 215, which legalized the medical use of marijuana in the state, according to Art Svenson, a professor of government at the University of Redlands...

New flowers blooming at Smiley Library in Redlands 
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...scheduled for Friday and Saturday. "It needed to be done anyway and making sure things look nice for Library Days coming up certainly helped us move along the schedule," Gonzales said. Many of Saturday's events will take place outside the library..

REDLANDS: Chamber to hold State of the Community Luncheon 
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The Chamber of Commerce issued the following press release. The Redlands Chamber of Commerce will present the Annual State of the Community Luncheon, Wednesday, June 19, noon at the Orton Center, University of Redlands. Check-in begins at 11:30 AM...

Religious Studies Professor Authors New Book 
KCAL-TV - Online
Dr. Karen Derris, a professor of religious studies at the University of Redlands, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning with information about her new book titled, "The Heart is Noble." Derris said the book came out of a ...

Redlands jobless rate drops to 7% 
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Small businesses are much more impacted by adding a single staff member than a corporation with thousands of employees. "For small businesses hiring is much more of a lumpy process than for bigger businesses," said Johannes Moenius...

Day camps in Redlands, Yucaipa look to introduce children to theater 
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The camps -- made possible thanks to a partnership with the University of Redlands, the city of Yucaipa and the Heartland Players Theatre Company -- are tailored to fit the needs of each participant using material that has been written by the organization and features a speaking role for every performer, a children's theater representative said.

REDLANDS: 1968 UFO sighting remains unexplained 
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Beverly Sanderson holds a National Enquirer issue that carried a story on a 1968 UFO sighting in Redlands. Four University of Redlands professors, including her late husband, Judson "Sandy" Sanderson, investigated the UFO, seen by dozens of people and…

UofR program brings students and incarcerated youths together, changing perceptions all the way around 
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Jennifer Tilton, professor of race and ethnic studies at the University of Redlands, center, with two outside students facing the camera and two inside students during the spring 2012 class.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art brings interactive art and film programming to University of Redlands campus 
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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) brings free interactive art and film programming to Redlands this summer through its new outreach initiative LACMA9 Art + Film Lab, which kicks off at the University of Redlands today through July 7. The LACM...

University of Redlands offers Summer Piano Camp 
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The University of Redlands Summer Piano Camp will take place 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 29 to Aug. 2. The camp is for pianists age 11 to 18 and features fun classes, performance forums, ensemble playing and more. Piano Camp students will present...

University of Redlands to host Youth Sports Camp 
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The first of three Bulldog Youth Sports Camps is set for Monday at the University of Redlands. The camp, open to children ages 8-14, consists of a series of sports-related activities and instruction that cover a variety of sports.

Find out what they sang and why Dr. Kuncl tucked a #2 pencil behind his ear as they rehearsed for the big event.
From New American Colleges & Universities “News & Notes”
Congratulations to the University of Redlands choir which was invited to sing at Carnegie Hall on May 25. President Ralph Kuncl, an experienced choral singer, joined the group for its performance.

Recent graduates from New American Colleges and Universities will teach or conduct research as recipients of Fulbright Scholarships for the 2013-14 academic year.
From New American Colleges & Universities “News & Notes”
In addition, one sophomore will participate in the Fulbright Summer Institute in England. To date, a total of 22 students will travel to 14 different countries, the most popular destination being Germany.
The 2013-14 Fulbright Scholars are:

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Adrian Poloni ’13, will conduct research in Mexico.
Jessie Chansler ’13, will teach English in Guatemala.
Hailey Lopez '13, declined the award to teach English in Norway in order to attend graduate school at Ohio State.

The total number of awards the University has received for its graduating seniors totals 15 over the past six years. The Chronicle of Higher Education named the University in its list of Top Fulbright Producers among masters-granting universities for 2012-13. Read more.

Redlands Students Help Create Park
From New American Colleges & Universities “News & Notes”
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Olive Avenue Market offers partnership with Redlands Conservancy 
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...will feature author Roger Bell reading from his own book of cowboy poetry about his wild experiences as a trail-builder for 30 years. Bell, who began adult life with a doctorate in education administration and served for a while as an administrator at the University of Redlands...

REDLANDS: Mobile film lab invites the public
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Funded by the James Irvine Foundation, the $600,000 project will touch down in nine different Southern California cities over the next year. Known as LACMA9 Art + Film Lab, the project opens its doors Friday, June 7, at the University of Redlands...

'Dancing with the Stars' raises thousands for Redlands Symphony 
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Among the items that fetched thousands this year were a dinner with the "First Family" of the University of Redlands at their home

University of Redlands 'R' on the hill celebrates 100th anniversary 
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REDLANDS -- In 1913, a group of University of Redlands students -- mostly freshmen -- hiked up a hill along the San Bernardino Mountains to create one of the city's most treasured landmarks...

REDLANDS: Professor's book features animals with human woes 
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Alisa Slaughter, an associate professor of creative writing at University of Redlands, has released a book titled "Bad Habitats" that has received the Gold Line Press Fiction Chapbook award.

REDLANDS: Young classical musicians to perform 
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Erec VonSeggern is among seven soloists who will perform with a youth symphony on Sunday, June 2, at the University of Redlands. Seven young classical musicians from the Community School of Music and Arts Youth Symphony will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sunday,...

 


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