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Month: October 2014

Pasadena City College paid Oscar-winning screenwriter not to sue

Pasadena City College leaders agreed to pay Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black nearly $26,000 not to sue the school after it rescinded an invitation for him to be the commencement speaker earlier this year, according to copy of the settlement agreement obtained by The Times. A college trustee originally asked…

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Key ruling finds that City College’s accreditors violated the law, as Oct. 27 trial looms

Key ruling finds that City College’s accreditors violated the law, as Oct. 27 trial looms Herrera is ‘grateful for a decision that should help disabuse accreditors of the arrogant notion that their violations are somehow beyond the reach of California law’Key ruling finds that City College’s accreditors More of this story…

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