News

September 2013

Phones before TVs, “Pitch Perfect” expectations and other fun facts ...
The Desert Sun

Not a single University of Redlands freshman reported to school without a cell phone, but none of the freshman said a TV was a “must-have” item for college, ...

University of Redlands study: Home prices to stay steady
San Bernardino Sun
University of Redlands study: Home prices to stay steady ... are expected to remain stagnant, according to a University of Redlands report.

University of Redlands helps organizations on Bulldogs in Service Day
Redlands Daily Facts - Online

Students, alumni, faculty, family and friends of the University of Redlands got their hands dirty for a cause.

The Family Service Association served as one of several service opportunities Inland Empire participants could sign up for. In total, 26 service projects in 23 U.S. cities — including Kailua, Hawaii, and New York City — were part of the effort, organizers said.

REDLANDS: Show to feature crocheted metal, two-dimensional prints
Press-Enterprise - Online
...during visits with her mother to the Brooklyn Museum. "That's when I decided I wanted to make things that people could touch," said the artist, who works in the media of printmaking, sculpture, installation, performance and video. Her first solo show...

Alisa Slaughter earns praise for new book
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Alisa Slaughter is no stranger to writing. But her newest work, “Bad Habits,” is gaining the attention of several Southern California publications and fans after a limited edition run was published earlier this year. An associated professor of creative writing at the University of Redlands…

University of Redlands series to bring writers to the Bulldog campus
Redlands Daily Facts -Online
To inspire a new generation of writers, the University of Redlands’ Creative Writing Department launched its 2013 fall visiting writers series Thursday evening with authors Alisa Slaughter and Gary Amdahl taking the lead.

Redlands East Valley grad named new U of R baseball coach
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
A lifelong Redlander is the new baseball coach at the University of Redlands. 2000 Redlands East Valley High School graduate Aaron Holley was named the school’s new coach on Tuesday.

College soccer hitting early season stride
Highland Community News – Online
When University of Redlands soccer star Charles Izydorek gets a shot on goal, there’s a good chance the Bulldogs will win their matches.

Financial crisis holds lessons for business schools
The Fresno Bee
At the University of Redlands, MBA candidate Mike Freitas got a crash course in the crisis. In a business ethics class, his professor invariably veered discussions to the crisis, the roles of the government, bankers and greed.

REDLANDS: Dinner to benefit scholarship fund
The Press-Enterprise – Online
Old friends will be celebrated in a new venue as the Love of Food and Wine Dinner invites guests to raise their glass and raise money for the Citrograph Scholarship Fund on Oct. 6. … All proceeds from the event support the Citrograph Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships to Inland Empire students at the University of Redlands and Cal State San Bernardino.

Redlanders to travel overseas to Hino, Japan
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
[Roy] Cencirulo is no stranger to traveling abroad. Several years ago as a student at the University of Redlands, the longtime area resident and Head of Valley Preparatory School was able to study in Japan, learn the language and some of its culture.

University of Redlands’ youth orchestras changing their tune
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
Kids do a lot of changing during the summer, and this year so did the University of Redlands’ youth orchestras.

Patchwork Job Growth
Inland News Today
Moenius says about half of the Inland Empire is experiencing moderate job growth although there are some areas stuck in ‘idle’. Job losses are being found between Corona and Mira Loma, Glen Avon and Pedley.

Ensemble XXI will present evensong at University of Redlands
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
Ensemble XXI, directed by Jeffrey H. Rickard, will present a service of choral evensong at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel.

Bulldogs in Service Day projects announced
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
Alumni, staff, students and friends of the University of Redlands are getting ready to help with volunteer projects throughout Southern California and across the nation in honor of the sixth annual Bulldogs in Service Day, set for Saturday.

Job Growth Is Not Over for the Inland Region of Southern California
Highland Community News – Online
For the month of August 2013, a study from the University of Redlands Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) finds the overall year-over-year job growth in California still remains positive but at a less accelerated rate.

University of Redlands makes honor roll of LGBT campuses in nation
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
The University of Redlands scored three and a half out of five possible stars on this year’s nationwide Campus Pride index for its attentiveness to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and issues, placing it on the organization’s honor roll.

Bulldogs off to a 0-2 start after Saturday’s road loss
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
The University of Redlands remained winless after Saturday’s 35-14 loss to Pacific Lutheran.

2008 financial crisis holds lessons for business schools
Los Angeles Times
"That goes to the heart of the problem," said Jeffery Smith of the University of Redlands, who is a visiting professor at DePauw University in Indiana this year. "They weren't rewarded on the basis of whether or not those products and services actually produced wealth for society as a whole."

History of magic to be next Redlands Forum topic
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
"Engage with one of America's greatest magicians right here in Redlands (he promises he won't pull a disappearing act)," the Forum said by email. The Redlands Forum, sponsored by Esri and the University of Redlands Town & Gown.

Top 10 College Football Programs (Right Now) in California
Footballscoop.com
REDLANDS—It's not the Bulldogs' fault they happen to be in the same conference as Cal Lutheran. In 25 seasons under Mike Maynard, Redlands has never posted a losing record in SCIAC play (they're112-31 during that span) with 10 conference championships and six trips to the NCAA Division III tournament. In the last three seasons, Redlands has gone 22-6 overall, and its only sins in conference play are three losses to, you guessed it, Cal Lutheran.

Fall into College Life
Examiner.com
...So just how does one prepare for college life? Leslie Krafft, Associate Director of Residence Life and Housing at the University of Redlands, has come up with the top 10 pieces of advice on how to survive freshman year.

Sheriff candidate to speak
Sierra Star
Fairbanks entered the CHP Academy in 1972 and graduated in 1973. For the next 16 years he worked in Los Angeles and Ventura. During that time he also earned a bachelor of arts in public administration from the University of Redlands in 1978.

College appoints two new directors
Courier - Online
Gutierrez has served as Director of Public Relations for the college since 2004. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from California State University, Bakersfield and an M.B.A. from the University of Redlands.

Professor Greg Thorson will speak to Redlands Republican Women's Club
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
Professor Greg Thorson of the University of Redlands will speak on "How to Incorporate the Youth of Today Into the Political Process" when the Redlands Republican Women's Club meets Sept. 20 at the Redlands Country Club

University of Redlands' Taylor Irwin makes best of his opportunity
San Bernardino Sun - Online
Wide receiver Taylor Irwin, center, demonstrates one of the ways he contributes to the Bulldogs' success. Micah Escamilla -- Correspondent REDLANDS >> Taylor Irwin was ready to play football when he decided the University of Redlands…

Survey Shows Class of 2017 is techie, service-oriented and wants to study abroad
KFWB News Talk
The Class of 2017 will rely heavily on technology in many ways, but not all, while attending the University of Redlands. A survey of the freshmen class reveals there isn’t one student without a cell or smartphone and more than 97 percent of students brought a computer to their residence hall. About 56 percent of students will use their computers not just for studying and homework, but also for watching TV.

Faculty Art show opens Wednesday at Peppers
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
"Don't Digress," an art show featuring work by University of Redlands faculty artists, opens today at the Peppers Art Gallery on the university campus. An opening reception will be held 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the gallery.

REGION: 9/11 events to commemorate terrorist attacks
Press-Enterprise - Online
REDLANDS—The Office of the Chaplain at the University of Redlands will host a discussion on the legacy of the 9/11 tragedy in view of present...

Bulldog football fans enjoy Rah Rah Redlands
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
REDLANDS—Jordan Jewsbury played football at Citrus Valley High School, lived in Redlands all his life. But on Saturday the University of Redlands football player took part in his first Rah Rah Redlands. And he was enjoying himself.

Rah Rah Redlands set to take place
The Sun – Online
It is time to dust off those pom poms and head over to the University of Redlands this Saturday, as the Bulldogs kick off the first football game of the season with the annual Rah Rah Redlands extravaganza.

Redlands Forum kicks off new season with artist perspective
Redlands Daily Facts – Online
Watercolorist Joseph Stoddard will share his perspectives on Redlands and other places at the Redlands Forum’s season-opener at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. … Stoddard’s Redlands paintings include a variety of scenes from the campus of the University of Redlands.

TEMECULA: Local U of Redlands campus to provide service
Press-Enterprise – Online
Bulldogs will prove their commitment to serving the community as University of Redlands-Temecula campus students, alumni and faculty take part in the sixth annual Bulldogs in Service Day on Saturday, Sept. 28.

University of Redlands appoints Anita West as its VP for Advancement
Redlands Daily Facts - Online
REDLANDS—A familiar face at the University of Redlands is the new vice president for advancement. Anita West, under the direction of University President Ralph Kuncl, will work to ensure growth of several departments and…


The University has a long tradition of encouraging and supporting study abroad.
salzburg

More than 47 percent of Redlands undergraduates participate in study abroad programs.

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