Laney

23 Feb 19
Kauff's Korner

Trinity broke out of the gate quickly on Friday and ran past Lancaster Mennonite 62-46 at Trinity to move onto the District 3 Class 3A championship next Wednesday. They will face top-seed Delone Catholic at 6:15 pm at the Giant Center. They defeated the Squires 51-40 in December. Sunshine McCrae had a double-double with 11 […]

23 Feb 19
The Mercury News
OAKLAND — Jowel Laguerre is out as chancellor of the Peralta Community College District. The Peralta college board on Friday evening voted unanimously to “accept an early retirement” from Laguerre. Trustees met in closed session for more than three hours before announcing the agreement to an empty board room. A statement read by board President Julina Bonilla said Laguerre will go on leave beginning March 1. “The board president has been working with the chancellor for several months to prepare the district for a transition,” according to the statement. His interim replacement will be appointed at a March 5 trustee meeting. Bonilla declined to discuss what led the board to its decision; Laguerre’s contract, which includes about $300,000 in annual pay plus benefits, does not expire until 2020. Last year, Peralta trustees extended his contract for two years. Dissatisfaction with his leadership style, budget priorities and accusations of mishandling taxpayer money have grown among faculty and district watchdogs over the past year. Peralta’s fiscal health also has worsened, as student enrollment dropped during Laguerre’s tenure. Before voters in November passed a $48 per-parcel tax, Michael Mills, the former chairman of a district watchdog panel, accused the district of misusing tax dollars from prior measures and said he did not trust the chancellor “for a second.” More recently, faculty senates at Laney and Berkeley City College each approved a vote of no confidence in Laguerre endorsed by the Peralta Federation of Teachers and called for his resignation. Last week, the state’s Fair Political Practices Commission recommended fining Peralta $2,000 for a 2017 holiday card featuring Laguerre and trustees that was “designed, printed, and distributed” by the district, in violation of state government code. Laguerre did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It was not clear if Laguerre will receive a severance package or continue working in another position for the remainder of his contract. According to that document, the board may terminate the agreement with or without cause. He was hired in 2015 after serving as president at Solano Community College since 2009. While he was at Solano, a civil grand jury criticized the college district for “misleading and contradictory” language on a $348 million bond measure. The grand jury report was released just as Laguerre was leaving to lead Peralta.
22 Feb 19
well again

The hazy fog that is depression; it can be very difficult to control once you’re in it’s grasp. ” In 2016, an estimated 10.3 million U.S. adults aged 18 or older had at least one major depressive episode with severe impairment.” (http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/major-depression.shtml) Many people have trouble doing normal, everyday activities because of this disorder. Depression […]

22 Feb 19
Éber

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22 Feb 19
Pinmond

If you rescue a pets, please rescue me also. If you purchase one, the profit goes to my and my sisters studies. Can you please purchase one mugs? your one purchase is not become my day, it’s become my life.

22 Feb 19
The Student Life

TSL spoke with former Pomona student and presidential candidate Marianne Williamson about her time at Pomona, her chances of winning and more.

22 Feb 19
Pie Plate Pilots

The following article appeared in the December 26, 1930 edition of the Argus Leader: “Experts Differ On Idaho Meteor, Trace Is Sought” — Lewiston, ID December 26 — Expert opinion was divided today as to whether residents at a dozen towns in northern Idaho could ever prove a meteor struck in the area on Christmas […]

22 Feb 19
Love, Laney

You know those points in your life when everything is going alright, you’re all good, and then suddenly, you’re just not? Your (normally enjoyable) job becomes burdensome. That daily commute drains all of the energy and life out of you. Every minor inconvenience is now monumental. And trying to access your brain power to finish […]

22 Feb 19
RecallsDirect™ by Living Safely™

US/Washington: VICS Acquisition, LLC, a Harlingen, Texas establishment, recalls an estimated 99,975 pounds of Chicken products due to undeclared Egg, a known allergen, source of dietary intolerance and possible trigger of Anaphylaxis, a serious and potential fatal situation, requiring immediate medical intervention. USDA: http://ht.ly/bEKT30nN9xq Direct link: https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/recalls-and-public-health-alerts/recall-case-archive/archive/2019/recall-014-2019-release Additional information: The United States Department of Agriculture […]

22 Feb 19
well again

You take medication to ease the symptoms of your condition,but it is not improving. There are still ways to keep it under control. Tell your doctor if something isn’t working for you It may go without saying, but letting your doctor know is important to developing a treatment plan that works. They may add a […]

22 Feb 19
well again

Everyone knows the importance of being healthy, but not everyone knows how it extends to your mental health. Eating right and exercise don’t only affect your body, but your mind as well. A deficiency in vitamins can affect how we feel on a everyday basis. ” According to a 2012 study by the Economic and Social Research […]