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Simi Valley Council: Ken Sandberg

Education: Bachelor of science, computer science; associate of science, computer programming; associate of science, computer technology, Pierce College and California State University Northridge -- Ventura County Star

Simi Valley mayor/council candidates Q&A

Education: Bachelor of Science, political science, California State University, Northridge; Associate of Arts, liberal arts, Moorpark College -- Ventura County Star

Santa Paula board candidate Q&A

Education: Bachelor's degree, home economics, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo; master's degree, educational administration, CSU Northridge. -- Ventura County Star

Ventura Council: Brian Lee Rencher

Education: Master of Business Administration – Executive Management (University of La Verne); Bachelor of Science – Finance (California State University, Northridge); Bachelor of Science – Marketing (California State University, Northridge); Associate of Science – Real Estate - Sales (Ventura Community College); Associate of Science – Management (Ventura Community College); Associate of Arts and Sciences (Ventura Community College) -- Ventura County Star

Ventura City Council candidates Q&A

Master of Business Administration – Executive Management (University of La Verne); Bachelor of Science – Finance (California State University, Northridge); Bachelor of Science – Marketing (California State University, Northridge); Associate of Science – Real Estate - Sales (Ventura Community College); Associate of Science – Management (Ventura Community College); Associate of Arts and Sciences (Ventura Community College). -- Ventura County Star

BWW Review: DEAR WORLD Concert Reading Beguiles at VPAC

Thank you to David Lee for his even staging, and to Darryl Archibald, fine musical director who conducted the wonderful 25 piece orchestra. There was also Acasola, CSUN's first a cappella choir of 17 young voices. Bravo to one and all! -- Broadway World Los Angeles

Spock: Half-Vulcan, half-human, all outsider role model

In the “Biracial and Multiracial Identity” class she teaches at California State University, Northridge, Teresa Williams-León, a professor of Asian-American studies, includes the stories of Spock; Barack Obama (a self-avowed Spock fan); and Tabitha, the half-mortal daughter on Bewitched. For Williams-León, there’s something telling about Spock’s need to choose one of his selves over the other, rather than integrating the two. “He had to subdue his emotional side to become more cerebral and logical,” she said. “So that’s problematic. But it’s an interesting way of looking at how biracial people have had to suppress aspects of themselves, or one part of themselves.” - The Malay Mail - Malaysia

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